Age-related decline in MRI volumes of temporal lobe gray matter but not hippocampus.

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The effect of normal aging on the volume of the hippocampus and temporal cortex was assessed cross-sectionally with quantitative Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) in 72 healthy men, spanning 5 decades of the adult age range (21 to 70 years). Neither the hippocampal nor cortical white matter volumes were significantly correlated with age. By contrast, left… (More)

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@article{Sullivan1995AgerelatedDI, title={Age-related decline in MRI volumes of temporal lobe gray matter but not hippocampus.}, author={Edith V. Sullivan and Laura K. Marsh and Daniel H. Mathalon and Kelvin O. Lim and Adolf Pfefferbaum}, journal={Neurobiology of aging}, year={1995}, volume={16 4}, pages={591-606} }