Smaller hippocampal CA1 subfield volume in posttraumatic stress disorder

Background: Smaller hippocampal volume in patients with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) represents the most consistently reported structural alteration in the brain. Subfields of the hippocampus play distinct roles in encoding and processing of memories, which are disrupted in PTSD. We examined...

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Main Authors: Chen, L.W (Author), Davis, S.L (Author), Dennis, E.L (Author), Gutman, B. (Author), Haswell, C.C (Author), Iglesias, J.E (Author), Jahanshad, N. (Author), LaBar, K.S (Author), Mid-Atlantic MIRECC Workgroup (Author), Morey, R.A (Author), Saemann, P. (Author), Sun, D. (Author), Swanson, C.A (Author), Thompson, P. (Author), Wagner, H.R (Author), Whelan, C.D (Author)
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Published: Blackwell Publishing Inc. 2018
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