Positron Emission Tomography Studies of Brain Energy Metabolism in Schizophrenia

  • L. Widén
  • M. Bergström
  • G. Blomqvist
  • C. Bohm
  • E. Ehrin
  • S. Elander
  • K. Ericson
  • L. Eriksson
  • T. Greitz
  • D. H. Ingvar
  • J.-E. Litton
  • L. Nilsson
  • G. Sedvall
  • F. Wiesel

Abstract

Studies with regional cerebral blood flow (CBF) technique (Ingvar 1980; Ingvar and Franzén 1974) suggest differences in distribution between schizophrenic patients and healthy control subjects. The former were reported to show lower blood flow in frontal cortical regions.

Keywords

Schizophrenia Cose Larg Scenedesmus Nitrazepam 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • L. Widén
  • M. Bergström
  • G. Blomqvist
  • C. Bohm
  • E. Ehrin
  • S. Elander
  • K. Ericson
  • L. Eriksson
  • T. Greitz
  • D. H. Ingvar
  • J.-E. Litton
  • L. Nilsson
  • G. Sedvall
  • F. Wiesel

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