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Figure 2 :Figure shows gray matter volume deficits in schizophrenia patients (n = 30) in comparison to healthy controls (n = 27). The deficient regions are highlighted in yellow. The regional deficits are as follows: (a) Frontal gyri, (b) Cingulate gyri, (c) Temporal gyri, (d) Insula and (e) Cerebellum. The color bar (f) is representative of the T scores given in Table 2.

Figure 2 :Figure shows gray matter volume deficits in schizophrenia patients (n = 30) in comparison to healthy controls (n = 27). The deficient regions are highlighted in yellow. The regional deficits are as follows: (a) Frontal gyri, (b) Cingulate gyri, (c) Temporal gyri, (d) Insula and (e) Cerebellum. The color bar (f) is representative of the T scores given in Table 2.