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    HKU ResearcherPage: Cheung, C
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    Dr Cheung, Charlton
    • Research Assistant Professor
    Publication list (Articles)
    Results 1-20 of 31
    Result pages: 1
    Volume increases in putamen associated with positive symptom reduction in previously drug-naive schizophrenia after 6 weeks antipsychotic treatmentLi, M; Chen, Z; Deng, W; He, Z; Wang, Q; Jiang, L; Ma, X; Wang, Y; Chua, SE; Cheung, C; McAlonan, GM; Sham, PC; Collier, DA; Gong, Q; Li, T2012164
    Possible retrogenesis observed with fiber tracking: An anteroposterior pattern of white matter disintegrity in normal aging and alzheimer's diseaseGao, J; Cheung, RTF; Lee, TMC; Chu, LW; Chan, YS; Mak, HKF; Zhang, JX; Qiu, D; Fung, G; Cheung, C2011226
    Is there an anatomical endophenotype for neurodevelopmental disorders? A review of dual disorder anatomical likelihood estimation (ALE) meta-analyses of grey matter volumesMcAlonan, GM; Yu, KK; Chan, RCK; Chua, SE; Cheung, C201183
    The timing and specificity of prenatal immune risk factors for autism modeled in the mouse and relevance to schizophreniaMcAlonan, GM; Li, Q; Cheung, C2011179
    Abnormalities in connectivity of white-matter tracts in patients with familial and non-familial schizophreniaWang, Q; Deng, W; Huang, C; Li, M; Ma, X; Wang, Y; Jiang, L; Lui, S; Huang, X; Chua, SE; Cheung, C; McAlonan, GM; Sham, PC; Murray, RM; Collier, DA; Gong, Q; Li, T2011179
    Can asperger syndrome be distinguished from autism? An anatomic likelihood meta-analysis of MRI studiesYu, KK; Cheung, C; Chua, SE; McAlonan, GM2011215
    Mri study of minor physical anomaly in childhood autism implicates aberrant neurodevelopment in infancyCheung, C; McAlonan, GM; Fung, YY; Fung, G; Yu, KK; Tai, KS; Sham, PC; Chua, SE2011832
    Positive symptoms and white matter microstructure in never-medicated first episode schizophreniaCheung, V; Chiu, CPY; Law, CW; Cheung, C; Hui, CLM; Chan, KKS; Sham, PC; Deng, MY; Tai, KS; Khong, PL; McAlonan, GM; Chua, SE; Chen, E2011311
    Gray matter in first-episode schizophrenia before and after antipsychotic drug treatment. Anatomical likelihood estimation meta-analyses with sample size weightingLeung, M; Cheung, C; Yu, K; Yip, B; Sham, P; Li, Q; Chua, S; McAlonan, G2011315
    The preparedness of Hong Kong medical students towards advance directives and end-of-life issuesSiu, MW; Cheung, TY; Chiu, MM; Kwok, TY; Choi, WL; Lo, TK; Ting, WM; Yu, PH; Cheung, CY; Wong, JG; Chua, SE2010123
    Autistic disorders and schizophrenia: Related or remote? An anatomical likelihood estimationCheung, C; Yu, K; Fung, G; Leung, M; Wong, C; Li, Q; Sham, P; Chua, S; McAlonan, G2010439
    Are bipolar disorder and schizophrenia neuroanatomically distinct? An anatomical likelihood meta-analysisYu, K; Cheung, C; Leung, M; Li, Q; Chua, S; McAlonan, G2010133
    Voxel-based analysis of postnatal white matter microstructure in mice exposed to immune challenge in early or late pregnancyLi, Q; Cheung, C; Wei, R; Cheung, V; Hui, ES; You, Y; Wong, P; Chua, SE; McAlonan, GM; Wu, EX2010212
    A naturalistic study of grey matter volume increase after early treatment in anti-psychotic naïve, newly diagnosed schizophreniaDeng, MY; McAlonan, GM; Cheung, C; Chiu, CPY; Law, CW; Cheung, V; Sham, PC; Chen, EYH; Chua, SE2009138
    Age-related grey matter volume correlates of response inhibition and shifting in attention- Deficit hyperactivity disorderMcAlonan, GM; Cheung, V; Chua, SE; Oosterlaan, J; Hung, SF; Tang, CP; Lee, CC; Kwong, SL; Ho, TP; Cheung, C; Suckling, J; Leung, PWL2009168
    Differential effects on white-matter systems in high-functioning autism and Asperger's syndromeMcAlonan, GM; Cheung, C; Cheung, V; Wong, N; Suckling, J; Chua, SE2009104
    Early striatal hypertrophy in first-episode psychosis within 3 weeks of initiating antipsychotic drug treatmentChua, SE; Deng, Y; Chen, EYH; Law, CW; Chiu, CPY; Cheung, C; Wong, JCH; Lienenkaëmper, N; Cheung, V; Suckling, J; McAlonan, GM2009244
    Prenatal immune challenge is an environmental risk factor for brain and behavior change relevant to schizophrenia: Evidence from MRI in a mouse modelLi, Q; Cheung, C; Wei, R; Hui, ES; Feldon, J; Meyer, U; Chung, S; Chua, SE; Sham, PC; Wu, EX; McAlonan, GM2009222
    White matter fractional anisotrophy differences and correlates of diagnostic symptoms in autismCheung, C; Chua, SE; Cheung, V; Khong, PL; Tai, KS; Wong, TKW; Ho, TP; McAlonan, GM2009152
    Distinct patterns of grey matter abnormality in high-functioning autism and Asperger's syndrome.McAlonan, GM; Suckling, J; Wong, N; Cheung, V; Lienenkaemper, N; Cheung, C; Chua, SE2008102
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