The entorhinal cortex in first-episode psychotic disorders: a structural magnetic resonance imaging study.

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OBJECTIVE Neuropathological findings regarding the entorhinal cortex in schizophrenia are conflicting. The authors used structural magnetic resonance imaging to examine the entorhinal cortex volumes of healthy subjects and medication-naive patients experiencing their first episode of psychotic illness. METHOD The study included 33 patients with… (More)

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@article{Prasad2004TheEC, title={The entorhinal cortex in first-episode psychotic disorders: a structural magnetic resonance imaging study.}, author={Konasale M. Prasad and Anita R. Patel and Srirangam Muddasani and John A. Sweeney and Matcheri S. Keshavan}, journal={The American journal of psychiatry}, year={2004}, volume={161 9}, pages={1612-9} }