The cytoarchitecture of sulcal folding in Heschl's sulcus and the temporal cortex in the normal brain and schizophrenia: lamina thickness and cell density.
Developmental and psychiatric disorders, including schizophrenia, may be associated with altered cortical thickness and folding. Two studies were performed: (1) to assess cortical layering around a sulcus; cortical thickness, relative thickness of the supragranular (I-III):infragranular (IV-VI) layers, and cell density were assessed at anatomically defined points around Heschl's sulcus in tissue from 10 controls and 10 schizophrenia patients. (2) To sample sulci of contrasting prominence; sul...Expand abstract
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