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Researchers detect link between teenage brain thinning and onset of psychosis later in life
Scientists in the US have discovered a link between differences in the thickness of gray matter in teenagers brains and a subsequent increase in the risk of developing psychosis later in life.
The findings could pave the way for earlier detection, through more focused analysis of MRI scans, as well as more effective and targeted treatment for patients.
Researchers from the University of Pittsburgh and Maastricht University in the Netherlands examined the MRI scans of 3,169 volunteers with an average age of 21.
Some 1,792 of the scans were of brains of patients already deemed to be at “clinical high risk for developing psychosis.” Sadly, 253 of the study’s participants went on to develop psychosis within two years.