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Childhood Schizophrenia

The Child Advocate is devoted to children and the parents and professionals that work with them and advocate for them. Childhood Schizophrenia is a relatively rare but serious disorder that is as yet poorly understood. This information is presented with links to other sites that may offer additional insights. The information presented at this site is for general use only and is not intended to provide personal advice or substitute for the advice of a qualified professional. If you have questions about the information presented here, please consult a physician, the resources listed or other professional in your area.


Childhood Schizophrenia Brain Findings

Childhood-Onset Schizophrenia: Structural Brain Abnormalities  Courtney Dawson  Penn State College of Medicine 2003   Basic information regarding childhood-onset schizophrenia (COS): Onset of psychosis by age 12 (2) Rare à 1/50 the prevalence of later-onset disease...

Childhood Schizophrenia Summary

 Childhood Schizophrenia Contributed by Melissa Yates Penn State College of Medicine   Definition:            -                Same diagnostic criteria apply to children, adolescents, and adults -                Based on characteristic symptoms, deficits in adaptive...

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