Figure 1.

Areas of decreased regional gray matter volumes in TS patients compared with controls. Areas of decreased regional gray matter volumes in TS patients compared with controls (thresholded at uncorrected P < .005 for display purpose only). The three orthogonal planes on the left side represent a typical maximum intensity projection "glass brain", and the set of images on the right side illustrates results superimposed on averaged and normalized T1-weighted images of the study population in selected planes. The images are shown in neurological convention. The color bar represents the t-score. Significant voxels were found in the left caudate nucleus, cingulate gyrus, primary and premotor cortex bilaterally (corrected P < .05). TS = Tourette syndrome.

Müller-Vahl et al. BMC Neuroscience 2009 10:47   doi:10.1186/1471-2202-10-47
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