Minor physical anomalies in schizophrenia: is age a confounding factor?


Minor physical anomalies (MPAs) occur more frequently in a range of developmental disorders. They are also more frequent in schizophrenia supporting a neurodevelopmental aetiology of the illness. Contemporary MPA scales are yet to be validated for the effects of age. It is hypothesised that the effects of ageing may be confounding when these scales are… (More)


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