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Anatomical distance affects functional connectivity in patients with schizophrenia and their siblings
Background: The efficiency of human brain depends on the integrity of both long- and short-range connections, but the long-range connections need to be "penalized" to reduce overall wiring costs. This principle, termed as ...
Abnormalities in structural covariance of cortical gyrification in schizophrenia
The highly convoluted shape of the adult human brain results from several well-coordinated maturational events that start from embryonic development and extend through the adult life span. Disturbances in these maturational ...
Brain-wide analysis of functional connectivity in first-episode and chronic stages of schizophrenia
Published reports of functional abnormalities in schizophrenia remain divergent due to lack of staging point-of-view and whole-brain analysis. To identify key functional-connectivity differences of first-episode (FE) and ...
Structural connectivity of the salience-executive loop in schizophrenia
Previously, differences have been shown in effective connectivity of the salience network between healthy controls and patients with schizophrenia. Specifically, the right anterior insula (rAI) fails to modulate the ...
Structural correlates of formal thought disorder in schizophrenia: An ultra-high field multivariate morphometry study
Background: Persistent formal thought disorder (FTD) is one of the most characteristic features of schizophrenia. Several neuroimaging studies report spatially distinct neuroanatomical changes in association with FTD. Given ...