Connectivity of the precuneus-posterior cingulate cortex with the anterior cingulate cortex-medial prefrontal cortex differs consistently between control subjects and first-episode psychosis patients during a movie stimulus

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Rikandi , E , Mantyla , T , Lindgren , M , Kieseppa , T , Suvisaari , J & Raij , T T 2018 , ' Connectivity of the precuneus-posterior cingulate cortex with the anterior cingulate cortex-medial prefrontal cortex differs consistently between control subjects and first-episode psychosis patients during a movie stimulus ' , Schizophrenia Research , vol. 199 , pp. 235-242 . https://doi.org/10.1016/j.schres.2018.03.018

Title: Connectivity of the precuneus-posterior cingulate cortex with the anterior cingulate cortex-medial prefrontal cortex differs consistently between control subjects and first-episode psychosis patients during a movie stimulus
Author: Rikandi, Eva; Mantyla, Teemu; Lindgren, Maija; Kieseppa, Tuula; Suvisaari, Jaana; Raij, Tuukka T.
Contributor: University of Helsinki, Medicum
University of Helsinki, Medicum
University of Helsinki, Department of Psychiatry
University of Helsinki, Doctoral Programme Brain & Mind
Date: 2018-09
Language: eng
Number of pages: 8
Belongs to series: Schizophrenia Research
ISSN: 0920-9964
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10138/305976
Abstract: Background: Functional connectivity is altered in psychotic disorders. Multiple findings concentrate on the default mode network, anchored on the precuneus-posterior cingulate cortex (PC-PCC). However, the nature of the alterations varies between studies and connectivity alterations have not been studied during an ecologically valid natural stimulus. In the present study, we investigated the functional and structural connectivity of a PC-PCC region, where functioning differentiated first-episode psychosis patients from control subjects during free viewing of a movie in our earlier study. Methods: 14 first-episode psychosis patients and 12 control subjects were imaged with GE 3T, and 29 patients and 19 control subjects were imaged with a Siemens Skyra 3T scanner while watching scenes from the movie Alice in Wonderland. Group differences in functional connectivity were analysed for both scanners separately and results were compared to identify any overlap. Diffusion tensor measures of 26 patients and 19 control subjects were compared for the related white matter tracts, identified by deterministic tractography. Results: Functional connectivity was increased in patients across scanners between the midline regions of the PC-PCC and the anterior cingulate cortex-medial prefrontal cortex (ACC-mPFC). We found no group differences in any of the diffusion tensor imaging measures. Conclusions: Already in the early stages of psychosis functional connectivity between the midline structures of the PC-PCC and the ACC-mPFC is consistently increased during naturalistic stimulus. (c) 2018 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
Subject: Psychosis
fMRI
DTI
Naturalistic stimulus
Connectivity
Movie
STATE FUNCTIONAL CONNECTIVITY
DEFAULT-MODE NETWORK
STRUCTURAL CONNECTIVITY
BRAIN CONNECTIVITY
MOTION CORRECTION
SELF-REFLECTION
SCHIZOPHRENIA
METAANALYSIS
MEMORY
MRI
3124 Neurology and psychiatry
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