Abnormal Brain Network Organization in Body Dysmorphic Disorder

  title={Abnormal Brain Network Organization in Body Dysmorphic Disorder},
  author={Donatello Arienzo and Alex D. Leow and Jesse A. Brown and Liang Zhan and Johnson J. GadElkarim and Sarit Hovav and Jamie D. Feusner},
Body dysmorphic disorder (BDD) is characterized by preoccupation with misperceived defects of appearance, causing significant distress and disability. Previous studies suggest abnormalities in information processing characterized by greater local relative to global processing. The purpose of this study was to probe whole-brain and regional white matter network organization in BDD, and to relate this to specific metrics of symptomatology. We acquired diffusion-weighted 34-direction MR images… CONTINUE READING
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