Sex Differences of Uncinate Fasciculus Structural Connectivity in Individuals with Conduct Disorder

@inproceedings{Zhang2014SexDO,
  title={Sex Differences of Uncinate Fasciculus Structural Connectivity in Individuals with Conduct Disorder},
  author={Jibiao Zhang and Junling Gao and Huqing Shi and Bingsheng Huang and Xiang Linda Wang and Weijun Situ and Weixiong Cai and J Yi and Xiongzhao Zhu and Shuqiao Yao},
  booktitle={BioMed research international},
  year={2014}
}
Conduct disorder (CD) is one of the most common behavior disorders in adolescents, such as impulsivity, aggression, and running from school. Males are more likely to develop CD than females, and two previous diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) studies have demonstrated abnormal microstructural integrity in the uncinate fasciculus (UF) in boys with CD compared to a healthy control group. However, little is known about changes in the UF in females with CD. In this study, the UF was illustrated by… CONTINUE READING
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