Background: Previous investigators have used functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) to study the pathophysiology of schizophrenia. To date, no one has exclusively focused on fMRI with geriatric schizophrenia. Method: We described three systematic PubMed search strategies on the following topics: (1) geriatric schizophrenia, cognition and dementia; (2) an imaging paradigm designed to elicit an orienting response (i.e., the oddball' paradigm), schizophrenia, dementia, and (3) fMRI studies using independent components analysis. Results (Critical Appraisal): The first search strategy resulted in a large number of sources. We described the rationale for further reduction of this list to find the most relevant 106 sources. The second and third search strategies resulted in 149 and 15 sources, respectively. Conclusion: We developed systematic and reusable PubMed search strategies to yield articles relevant to the imaging literature in geriatric schizophrenia.'
University of New Mexico Clinical and Translational Science Center (UNM CTSC), Master of Science in Clinical Research (MSCR), University of New Mexico (UNM), Schizophrenia, CTSC, Clinical and Translational Sciences Center
Abbott, Chris and Jonathan Eldredge. "Systematic Literature Search: Functional Neuroimaging of Geriatric Schizophrenia." (2008). https://digitalrepository.unm.edu/hsc_ctsc_trainee_papers/3