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Neuroanatomic Abnormalities

(PSYCHIATRIC TIMES) - For almost a century, researchers have suggested that schizophrenia is the result of brain-based abnormalities (Kraepelin, 1919). The first structural neuroanatomic studies conducted in patients with schizophrenia were undertaken in the 1930s and 1940s using pneumoencephalography -- a radiologic technique wherein cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) is replaced by air, thereby facilitating X-ray imaging of the brain ventricular system. These early investigations demonstrated lateral… Continue

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