Neuroimaging differences in spatial cognition between men and male-to-female transsexuals before and during hormone therapy.

@article{Schning2010NeuroimagingDI,
  title={Neuroimaging differences in spatial cognition between men and male-to-female transsexuals before and during hormone therapy.},
  author={Sonja Sch{\"o}ning and Almut Engelien and Christine Bauer and Harald Kugel and Anette Kersting and Cornelia Roestel and Pienie Zwitserlood and Martin Pyka and Udo Dannlowski and Wolfgang Lehmann and Walter Heindel and Volker Arolt and Carsten Konrad},
  journal={The journal of sexual medicine},
  year={2010},
  volume={7 5},
  pages={1858-67}
}
INTRODUCTION Neuropsychological abnormalities in transsexual patients have been reported in comparison with subjects without gender identity disorder (GID), suggesting differences in underlying neurobiological processes. However, these results have not consistently been confirmed. Furthermore, studies on cognitive effects of cross-sex hormone therapy also yield heterogeneous results. AIM We hypothesized that untreated transsexual patients differ from men without GID in activation pattern… CONTINUE READING
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