Table 2

Detailed information of the clusters showing significant group differences.

Measurements

Area

Volume

(mm3)

BA

Talairach (peak)

t-value

x

y

z


GLM

Primary motor cortex

6854

6

L

21.7

3.9

54.2

-6.77

Lingual gyrus

5611

18

R

-24.1

76.1

-8

-4.37

Thalamus

2544

R

-16.8

18.5

-5.2

-3.82

Precuneus

2364

7

L

30.4

47.4

44.4

-3.48

Fusiform gyrus

1681

37

L

41.8

44.6

-17.8

-4.13

Somatosensory association cortex

1501

5

R

-2.1

45.4

70.5

-4.01

Precuneus

1445

7

R

-32.3

63.5

49.3

-3.47

Cingulate gyrus

1441

23

R

-13.1

12.1

29.4

-3.00

Anterior cingulate cortex

1251

24

R

-6

-27.7

-3.5

2.79

Posterior cingulate cortex

995

29

R

-2

41

20.5

-3.44

Middle temporal gyrus

938

39

L

57.3

63.7

9.5

3.68

Primary motor cortex

904

6

R

-31.5

10.8

65.5

-3.55

Anterior cingulate cortex

872

38

L

41.4

-19.9

-24.8

3.56

Caudate

819

R

-0.6

-5.7

16.8

-2.78


Response delay

Superior frontal gyrus

2673

8

R

-13.5

-46.5

35.5

-3.144

Superior temporal gyrus

1971

38

L

34.5

-19.5

-27.5

-4.197

Postcentral gyrus

1944

6

L

55.5

7.5

11.5

-3.000

Cerebellar tonsil

1377

R

-10.5

64.5

-39.5

-2.9166

Insula

1296

13

R

-40.5

19.5

-0.5

-4.0758

Insula

1242

13

L

49.5

-1.5

-24.5

-3.2954

Precuneus

1134

7

R

-13.5

64.5

35.5

-3.1364

Medial frontal gyrus

999

10

R

-10.5

-64.5

11.5

-3.6894

Superior frontal gyrus

972

6

R

-10.5

-13.5

59.5

-2.9774

Superior temporal gyrus

837

38

R

-43.5

-16.5

-27.5

-3.5607


Negative t values indicate decreased activation or longer response delay among the HA group. These clusters are also displayed in Figure 1 and Figure 3.

Yan et al. BMC Neuroscience 2011 12:94   doi:10.1186/1471-2202-12-94

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