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Figure 3. From: Hippocampal Volume Deficits and Shape Deformities in Young Biological Relatives of Schizophrenia Probands.

Comparison of left (a) and right (b) hippocampus volume-age correlations in healthy volunteers without family history of schizophrenia, biological relatives of schizophrenia probands and schizophrenia probands.

Beng-Choon Ho, et al. Neuroimage. ;49(4):3385.
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Figure 4. From: Hippocampal Volume Deficits and Shape Deformities in Young Biological Relatives of Schizophrenia Probands.

Effects of obstetric complications on hippocampus volume in biological relatives of schizophrenia probands and in schizophrenia probands: (a) Correlations between hippocampus volumes and total number of obstetric complications; (b) Comparison of hippocampus volumes between relatives subgrouped by median number of obstetric complications: Zero or 1 obstetric complication (N=25) versus More than 1 obstetric complication (N=21); (c) Comparison of hippocampus volumes between schizophrenia probands subgrouped by median number of obstetric complications: Zero or 1 obstetric complication (N=30) versus More than 1 obstetric complication (N=16).

Beng-Choon Ho, et al. Neuroimage. ;49(4):3385.
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Figure 2. From: Hippocampal Volume Deficits and Shape Deformities in Young Biological Relatives of Schizophrenia Probands.

Comparison of hippocampal shape between 46 schizophrenia probands and 46 healthy volunteers using spherical harmonic analysis: T-maps reveal significant shape differences in the heads of bilateral hippocampi primarily over both superior (a) as well as inferior (b) surfaces (red and yellow areas; raw p≤.05); Displacement maps over superior (c) and inferior (d) surfaces (mean distances displaced inward (green) or outward (red) in probands compared to healthy volunteers) further indicate that sub-regions where schizophrenia probands differed significantly from healthy volunteers correspond to inward displacements.

Beng-Choon Ho, et al. Neuroimage. ;49(4):3385.
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Figure 1. From: Hippocampal Volume Deficits and Shape Deformities in Young Biological Relatives of Schizophrenia Probands.

Comparison of hippocampal shape between 46 relatives of schizophrenia probands and 46 healthy volunteers using spherical harmonic analysis: T-maps reveal significant shape differences in the heads of bilateral hippocampi primarily over superior (a) and less so in the inferior (b) surfaces (red and yellow areas; raw p≤.05); Displacement maps over superior (c) and inferior (d) surfaces (mean distances displaced inward (green) or outward (red) in relatives compared to healthy volunteers) further indicate that sub-regions where relatives differed significantly from healthy volunteers correspond to inward displacements.

Beng-Choon Ho, et al. Neuroimage. ;49(4):3385.

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