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J R DeQuardo, M Goldman, R Tandon
Ventricular enlargement has been consistently demonstrated in schizophrenia using both CT and MRI. Despite this, the structural changes that underlie increased ventricle-brain ratio (VBR) and its relationship to environmental factors (intrauterine viral exposure, obstetric complications, etc.) and family history of schizophrenia remain poorly defined. Increased VBR has been shown in some studies to correlate with an absence of family history of schizophrenia and with Winter-Spring birth. In an attempt to obtain a clearer picture of the contribution of environmental and genetic factors to VBR, we studied 54 patients with DSM III-R schizophrenia...
July 5, 1996: Schizophrenia Research
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/3696912/skull-asymmetry-and-handedness-in-adults-a-possibility-of-their-association-with-lateral-head-turning-in-infancy
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M S Myslobodsky, L J Ingraham, D R Weinberger
During the first two to three months after delivery infants when placed in the supine position commonly turn their heads laterally. This posture has been linked to the intrauterine orientation of the fetus. Skulls of adults were expected to bear a mark of this predominant head position in the form of occipital flattening. A blind examination of computerized axial tomography (CT) scans of 35 normal subjects assessed for handedness (20 right- and 15 mixed-handers) confirmed this prediction for the latter group only...
October 1987: Perceptual and Motor Skills
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