Orbital frontal and amygdala volume reductions in obsessive-compulsive disorder
|Orbital frontal and amygdala volume reductions in obsessive-compulsive disorder|
|Authors:||Philip R. Szeszko, Delbert Robinson, Jose Ma J. Alvir, Robert M. Bilder, Todd Lencz, Manzar Ashtari, Houwei Wu, Bernhard Bogerts|
|Citation:||Archives of general psychiatry 56 (10): 913-919. 1999 October|
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Orbital frontal and amygdala volume reductions in obsessive-compulsive disorder report a study on the brain volume of patients with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and structural magnetic resonance imaging.
- The study is included in the meta-analysis ObND.
- The study is included in the meta-analysis Meta-analysis of brain volume changes in obsessive-compulsive disorder.
|Subject group #1 (help)|
|Obsessive-compulsive disorder patients|
|Subjects/♂/♀:||26 / 14 / 12|
|Age:||32.2 ±8.0 (19–44)|
Group 1 of 26 obsessive-compulsive disorder patients with 14 males and 12 females were included in the study.The group had a mean age of 32.2 with a range from 19 to 44.
|Subject group #2 (help)|
|Subjects/♂/♀:||26 / 16 / 10|
|Age:||29.8 ±6.3 (20–45)|
Group 2 of 26 healthy with 16 males and 10 females were included in the study. The group had a mean age of 29.8 with a range from 20 to 45.
The subjects are the same as in the paper Reduced caudate nucleus volume in obsessive-compulsive disorder.
Brain asymmetry results are also reported for the 5 regions.