Table 4

Summarized whole brain results (p < 0.01, greater than 20 contiguous voxels) setting out significant language-related results for each participant with aphasia
Region P02 P03 P05 P06 P07 P08
Left Phonological
Inferior Frontal Gyrus (opercularis)
Superior Temporal Gyrus LT > ST
Supramarginal Gyrus
Right Homologue of Phonological Region
Inferior Frontal Gyrus (opercularis) ST > KN
Superior Temporal Gyrus ST > LT
Supramarginal Gyrus LT > KN ST > KN ST > KN
Left Semantic
Inferior Frontal Gyrus (orbitalis) ST > KN LT > KN ST > LT
Inferior Frontal Gyrus (triangularis) ST > KN
LT > KN
ST > LT
Superior Temporal Pole
Middle Temporal Gyrus ST > KN (pole) ST > KN KN > LT KN > ST
KN > LT LT > KN ST > LT
Inferior Temporal Gyrus LT > ST
Angular Gyrus
Right Homologue of Semantic Region
Inferior Frontal Gyrus (orbitalis) LT > KN
Inferior Frontal Gyrus (triangularis) ST > KN ST > KN KN > LT ST > LT
ST > LT
Superior Temporal Pole KN > ST LT > KN
LT > ST
Middle Temporal Gyrus ST > KN (pole) ST > KN LT > KN ST > LT
KN > LT
ST > LT
Inferior Temporal Gyrus LT > KN KN > LT LT > KN LT > ST
Angular Gyrus KN > ST LT > KN ST > LT
KN > LT

Refer to full tabulated results (supplementary material Table S1) for cluster volume, MNI coordinates and Z-scores. Contrasts in bold represent the most significant results for each participant based on highest Z-score and/or largest cluster size.

KN = known; ST = short-term; LT = long-term.

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Heath et al. BMC Neuroscience 2012 13:98   doi:10.1186/1471-2202-13-98

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