Table 2

Food paradigm: group map activations in the bulimia nervosa (BN) and healthy control (HC) groups, and between-group differences in brain activation patterns for the contrast ‘food vs low level baseline (LLB)’
p-value Brodmann area Talairach coordinates Cluster size (voxels)
People with BN (n = 21)
Food > LLB
L Superior Frontal Gyrus 0.004 BA 9 x = -3.6; y = 55.6; z = 29.7 46
L Medial Frontal Gyrus 0.003 BA 8 x = 0.0; y = 25.9; z = 36.3 59
L Lingual Gyrus <0.001 BA 17 x = -14.4; y = -85.2; z = 0.0 1357
LLB > Food
R Cerebellum, Culmen 0.002 - x = 7.2; y = -37.4; z = -23.1 3657
HCs (n = 23)
Food > LLB
L Medial Frontal Gyrus < 0.001 BA 6 x = -3.6; y = 11.1; z = 42.9 705
R Cuneus < 0.001 BA 17 x = 21.7; y = -77.8; z = 9.9 1825
LLB > Food
L Cingulate Gyrus 0.001 BA 24 x = -18.1; y = 3.7; z = 29.7 87
L Cerebellum < 0.001 - x = -7.2; y = -51.9; z = -23.1 6033
People with BN (n = 21) vs HCs (n = 23) (food vs LLB contrast)
People with BN > HCs
L Cuneus < 0.001 BA17 x = 21.7; y = 77.7; z = 8.3 208
R Cuneus < 0.001 BA17 x = -21.7; y = 77.7; z = 8.3 333
HCs > People with BN
None

The Talairach coordinates indicate the location of the peak voxel within each cluster.

Van den Eynde et al.

Van den Eynde et al. BMC Psychiatry 2013 13:302   doi:10.1186/1471-244X-13-302

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