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A sample of 50 DSM-III-diagnosed schizophrenics (mean age, 34 years) intentionally biased to contain a relatively high proportion of persistently unemployed persons was compared with a sample of 87 normal volunteers on three computed tomographic measures. These were lateral ventricle-brain ratio, regional brain computed tomographic density values, and brain(More)
Twenty-six elderly (greater than 60 yrs) patients with DSM-III major depression were compared to 13 patients with NINCDS/ADRDA probable Alzheimer's disease (AD), and to 31 screened normal controls. Subjects were matched on age and sex. Fifteen of the 26 depressed patients were cognitively impaired on the Mini-Mental State Examination (MMSE) upon admission,(More)
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