Washington: In a new study, researchers found altered connectivity in the brain network for body perception - the weaker the connection, the greater the misjudgement of body shape.When people see pictures of bodies, a whole range of brain regions are active. This network is altered in women with anorexia nervosa. In a functional magnetic resonance imaging study, two regions that are important for the processing of body images were functionally more weakly connected in anorexic women than in healthy women.
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