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Neuroimagen funcional de las alucinaciones auditivas en la esquizofrenia

@article{Font2003NeuroimagenFD,
  title={Neuroimagen funcional de las alucinaciones auditivas en la esquizofrenia},
  author={Mar{\'i}a Francisca S{\'a}nchez Font and Eduard Parellada and Emilio Fern{\'a}ndez-Egea and Miguel Bernardo and Francisco Lome{\~n}a},
  journal={Actas Espanolas De Psiquiatria},
  year={2003},
  volume={31},
  pages={3-9}
}
The neurobiological bases underlying the generation of auditory hallucinations, a distressing and paradigmatic symptom of schizophrenia, are still unknown in spite of in-depth phenomenological descriptions. This work aims to make a critical review of the latest published literature in recent years, focusing on functional neuroimaging studies (PET, SPECT, fMRI) of auditory hallucinations. Thus, the studies are classified according to whether they are sensory activation, trait and state. The two… 

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