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Cortisol levels as potential predictors of change in cortisol thickness and hippocampal volume over the first 12 weeks of early psychosis
Changes in cortisol levels may predict structural alterations in cortical and hippocampal parameters in early psychosis. As a response to psychological stress, the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis releases increased levels of cortisol. Stress-induced cortisol release induces structural changes in cortical thickness and hippocampal volume, and the findings in this poster point to the involvement of stress mechanisms in the pathophysiology of early psychosis.
RL Reniers, B Garner, C Phassouliotis, LJ Philips, ..., C Pantelis, S Bendall, P McGorry, SJ Wood Based on: 68th Society of Biological Psychiatry Annual Meeting 2013
Based on: New York Academy of Sciences - Chemical Biology Discussion Group Year-End Symposium 2013, Poster ID:1093423
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