Quantitative cerebral anatomy of the aging human brain

@article{Coffey1992QuantitativeCA,
  title={Quantitative cerebral anatomy of the aging human brain},
  author={C. Coffey and W. Wilkinson and LA. Parashos and S. Soady and R. Sullivan and L. Patterson and G. Figiel and M. C. Webb and C. Spritzer and W. T. Djang},
  journal={Neurology},
  year={1992},
  volume={42},
  pages={527 - 527}
}
Seventy-six healthy adults underwent magnetic resonance imaging (1.5 T) to investigate the effects of age on regional cerebral volumes and on the frequency and severity of cortical atrophy, lateral ventricular enlargement, and subcortical hyperintensity. Increasing age was associated with (1) decreasing volumes of the cerebral hemispheres (0.23% per year), the frontal lobes (0.55% per year), the temporal lobes (0.28% per year), and the amygdalahippocampal complex (0.30% per year); (2… Expand
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