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Schizophrenia is a chronic progressive disorder that has at its origin structural brain changes in both white and gray matter. It is likely that these changes begin prior to the onset of clinical symptoms in cortical regions, particularly those concerned with language processing. Later, they can be detected by progressive ventricular enlargement. Current magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) technology can provide a valuable tool for detecting early changes in cortical atrophy and anomalous language processing, which may be predictive of who will develop schizophrenia.


Journal article


Dialogues Clin Neurosci

Publication Date





71 - 78


Antipsychotic Agents, Brain, Disease Progression, Humans, Image Processing, Computer-Assisted, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Schizophrenia