Cingulate gyrus neuroanatomy in schizophrenia subjects and their non-psychotic siblings.

@article{Calabrese2008CingulateGN,
  title={Cingulate gyrus neuroanatomy in schizophrenia subjects and their non-psychotic siblings.},
  author={Daniel R. Calabrese and Lei Wang and Michael P. Harms and J. T. Ratnanather and Deanna M. Barch and C. Robert Cloninger and Paul A. Thompson and Michael I. Miller and John G. Csernansky},
  journal={Schizophrenia research},
  year={2008},
  volume={104 1-3},
  pages={61-70}
}
BACKGROUND AND METHODS In vivo neuroimaging studies have provided evidence of decreases in the gray matter volume of the cingulate gyrus in subjects with schizophrenia as compared to healthy controls. To investigate whether these changes might be related to heritable influences, we used high-resolution magnetic resonance imaging and labeled cortical mantle distance mapping to measure gray matter volume, as well as thickness and the area of the gray/white interface, in the anterior and posterior… CONTINUE READING