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Sex-specific changes in cerebral blood flow begin at puberty

Cerebral blood flow (CBF) levels decreased similarly in males and females before puberty, but researchers saw them diverge sharply in puberty, with levels increasing in females while decreasing further in males, which could give hints as to developing differences in behavior in men and women and sex-specific pre-dispositions to certain psychiatric disorders.
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