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The corpus callosum plays a pivotal role in inter-hemispheric transfer and integration of information. Magnetic resonance studies have reported callosal abnormalities in schizophrenia but findings have been inconsistent. Uncertainty has persisted despite a meta-analytic evaluation of this structure several years ago. We set out to perform a further meta-analysis with the addition of the numerous reports published on the subject to test the hypothesis that the corpus callosum is abnormal in schizophrenia.

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Type

Journal article

Journal

Schizophr Res

Publication Date

04/2008

Volume

101

Pages

124 - 132

Keywords

Adult, Corpus Callosum, Female, Humans, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Male, Meta-Analysis as Topic, Schizophrenia