Congenital malformations and structural developmental anomalies in groups at high risk for psychosis.

@article{McNeil1992CongenitalMA,
  title={Congenital malformations and structural developmental anomalies in groups at high risk for psychosis.},
  author={Thomas Farrell McNeil and G{\"o}sta Blennow and L O Lundberg},
  journal={The American journal of psychiatry},
  year={1992},
  volume={149 1},
  pages={57-61}
}
OBJECTIVE Early somatic developmental anomalies may be one expression of a genetic influence toward psychosis. The purpose of this study was to investigate whether higher rates of early developmental anomalies are associated with heightened genetic risk for psychosis. METHOD Rates of congenital malformations and minor structural developmental anomalies were prospectively investigated in 84 high-risk offspring of women with histories of psychosis of nonorganic origin (schizophrenic… CONTINUE READING

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