Dinámica funcional del cerebro (conectoma) | 09 SEP 13

Alteraciones de la conectividad cerebral en la esquizofrenia

Las alteraciones del a conectividad cerebral pueden tener un rol fundamental en la fisiopatología de la esquizofrenia.
Autor/a: Dres. van den Heuvel MP,Sporns O, Collin G JAMA Psychiatry.Publicado online el 5 de junio de 2013
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