George W. Citroner, November 15, 2018
A unique brain marker on fMRI may be associated with an increased likelihood of developing schizophrenia later in life. The findings may facilitate much earlier diagnosis of the disorder.
The study of more than 200 participants in China showed a threefold psychosis conversion rate for those who were deemed at clinically high risk (CHR) for schizophrenia and who displayed abnormal modular organization on baseline brain imaging.
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