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Poor outcome in chronic schizophrenia is associated with progressive loss of volume of the putamen
BACKGROUND We have previously demonstrated that putaminal but not caudate volumes are associated with poor outcome in patients with chronic schizophrenia. Present longitudinal study was designed toExpand
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A longitudinal study of the corpus callosum in chronic schizophrenia
BACKGROUND Decreased callosal size and anisotropy have been described in schizophrenia patients but their longitudinal progression remains poorly understood. METHODS We performed diffusion-tensorExpand
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Longitudinal Assessment of Gray and White Matter in Chronic Schizophrenia: A Combined Diffusion-Tensor and Structural Magnetic Resonance Imaging Study
Previous studies have reported continued focal gray matter loss after the clinical onset of schizophrenia. Longitudinal assessments in chronic illness, of white matter in particular, have been lessExpand
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Age and diffusion tensor anisotropy in adolescent and adult patients with schizophrenia
Findings of white matter pathology as indicated by diffusion tensor anisotropy values in schizophrenia are well established, but the differences in this measure between the onset of the disease andExpand
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Progressive Ventricular Expansion in Chronic Poor-outcome Schizophrenia
ObjectiveTo compare progressive changes in lateral ventricular size in chronic schizophrenia patients with good and poor outcomes. BackgroundSeveral longitudinal studies associated excessiveExpand
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Previous studies have reported continued focal gray matter loss after the clinical onset of schizophrenia. Longitudinal assessments in chronic illness, of white matter in particular, have been lessExpand