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Proceedings IEEE Workshop on Mathematical Methods in Biomedical Image Analysis (MMBIA 2001)
Enlarged ventricular size and/or asymmetry have been found markers for psychiatric illness, including schizophrenia. However, this morphometric feature is non-specific and occurs in many other brain diseases, and its variability in healthy controls is not sufficiently understood. We studied ventricular size and shape in 3D MRI (N=20) of monozygotic (N=5) and dizygotic (N=5) twin pairs. Left and right lateral, third and fourth ventricles were segmented from high-resolution T1w SPGR MRI usingdoi:10.1109/mmbia.2001.991731 fatcat:kl6am34qi5aujbx4wcsjmxb6dq