Larger brain and white matter volumes in children with developmental language disorder

@inproceedings{Herbert2003LargerBA,
  title={Larger brain and white matter volumes in children with developmental language disorder},
  author={Martha R. Herbert and David A. Ziegler and Nikos Makris and Anna I Bakardjiev and James L. Hodgson and Kristen T. Adrien and David N. Kennedy and Pauline A. Filipek and Verne S. Caviness},
  year={2003}
}
Developmental language disorder (DLD) is predominantly a language disorder, but children with DLD also manifest nonlanguage impairments, and neuroanatomical abnormalities have been found in multiple areas of the brain, not all languageassociated. We therefore performed a whole brain general segmentation analysis of all major brain regions on MRI scans of 24 DLD subjects (16M, 8F) and 30 controls (15M, 15F), ages 5.7 to 11.3 years. Children with DLD showed increased total brain volume, driven… CONTINUE READING

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