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Abstract #2271

Sex-Related Choline Differences Detected in Posterior Cingulate Gyrus of Healthy Controls

Molly Faith Charney1, Eduardo Coello1, Tyler C. Starr1, Huijun Liao1, and Alexander P. Lin1

1Radiology, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston, MA, United States

There has been little consensus over the existence of sex-related neurochemical differences in the human brain. This analysis reveals a significant difference in tCho/tCr in the posterior cingulate gyrus of males and females of a large age range. These results indicate that sex should be considered in study recruitment, disease progression, and treatment following injury.

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