Evidence for disrupted gray matter structural connectivity in posttraumatic stress disorder

@article{Mueller2015EvidenceFD,
  title={Evidence for disrupted gray matter structural connectivity in posttraumatic stress disorder},
  author={Susanne G. Mueller and Peter Ng and Thomas Neylan and Scott Mackin and Michael W Weiner},
  journal={Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging},
  year={2015},
  volume={234},
  pages={194-201}
}
Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is characterized by atrophy within the prefrontal-limbic network. Graph analysis was used to investigate to what degree atrophy in PTSD is associated with impaired structural connectivity within prefrontal limbic network (restricted) and how this affects the integration of the prefrontal limbic network with the rest of the brain (whole-brain). 85 male veterans (45 PTSD neg, 40 PTSD pos) underwent volumetric MRI on a 3T MR. Subfield volumes were obtained… CONTINUE READING
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