Contribution of alcohol abuse to cerebellar volume deficits in men with schizophrenia.

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BACKGROUND It is controversial whether cerebellar tissue volume deficits occur in schizophrenia and, if so, what regions and tissue types are affected. Complicating such investigations is the high incidence of alcoholism comorbidity in patients with schizophrenia that itself can contribute to cerebellar abnormalities. METHOD We studied 61 healthy men… (More)

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@article{Sullivan2000ContributionOA, title={Contribution of alcohol abuse to cerebellar volume deficits in men with schizophrenia.}, author={Edith V. Sullivan and Aarti R. Deshmukh and John E. Desmond and Daniel H. Mathalon and Margaret J. Rosenbloom and Kelvin O. Lim and Adolf Pfefferbaum}, journal={Archives of general psychiatry}, year={2000}, volume={57 9}, pages={894-902} }