Busy brain hubs go awry in disorders, study suggests

Schizophrenia, Alzheimer’s and other diseases target connection centers

BRAIN DRAIN  Some of the brain’s most highly connected hubs (large spheres) may malfunction in brain disorders, a new study suggests. Yellow and red spheres are associated with disorders.

N.A. Crossley et al/Brain 2014

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