Scientists May Have got Found Marker for Schizophrenia: WEDNESDAY.

Scientists May Have got Found ‘Marker’ for Schizophrenia: – WEDNESDAY, Aug . 12, 2015 – – Mind irregularities can be found before a person develops schizophrenia, researchers report. In previous work, the Yale University researchers found that schizophrenia was associated with significant changes in connections between the thalamus and the frontal cortex. The thalamus is a major relay system in the mind, and the frontal cortex is normally involved with higher-level thinking. In this new research, the researchers discovered that these changes can be found before schizophrenia already, a significant mental illness, is diagnosed. The findings provide a potential marker for the condition that affects 1 % of individuals worldwide, the experts said.

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