Hippocampal and anterior cingulate morphology in subjects at ultra-high-risk for psychosis: the role of family history of psychotic illness.

@article{Wood2005HippocampalAA,
  title={Hippocampal and anterior cingulate morphology in subjects at ultra-high-risk for psychosis: the role of family history of psychotic illness.},
  author={Stephen J. Wood and Murat Y{\"u}cel and Dennis Velakoulis and Lisa J. Phillips and Alison R. Yung and Warrick J. Brewer and Patrick D. McGorry and Christos Pantelis},
  journal={Schizophrenia research},
  year={2005},
  volume={75 2-3},
  pages={295-301}
}
BACKGROUND While structural brain imaging abnormalities have been identified in schizophrenia and related disorders, it is unclear when they arise. Some appear to predate the illness and may be genetic in origin, while others are associated with the onset of the disorder. METHODS We examined the hippocampal volumes and anterior cingulate morphology from the MRI scans of 79 male subjects at ultra-high-risk (UHR) for developing psychosis, 35 of whom had a family history of schizophrenia, and… CONTINUE READING