Longitudinal Assessment of Gray and White Matter in Chronic Schizophrenia: A Combined Diffusion-Tensor and Structural Magnetic Resonance Imaging Study

@inproceedings{Mitelman2009LongitudinalAO,
  title={Longitudinal Assessment of Gray and White Matter in Chronic Schizophrenia: A Combined Diffusion-Tensor and Structural Magnetic Resonance Imaging Study},
  author={Serge A. Mitelman and Emily L. Canfield and Randall E. Newmark and Adam M. Brickman and Yuliya Torosjan and King-Wai Chu and Erin A. Hazlett and M. Mehmet Haznedar and Lina Shihabuddin and Monte S. Buchsbaum},
  booktitle={The open neuroimaging journal},
  year={2009}
}
Previous studies have reported continued focal gray matter loss after the clinical onset of schizophrenia. Longitudinal assessments in chronic illness, of white matter in particular, have been less conclusive.We used diffusion-tensor and structural magnetic resonance imaging in 16 healthy subjects and 49 chronic schizophrenia patients, subdivided into good… CONTINUE READING