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Table 2 Neuroimaging studies on motor conversion disorders

From: Neural correlates of conversion disorder: overview and meta-analysis of neuroimaging studies on motor conversion disorder

Citation Type of conversion Study design Task
Atmaca, et al. [82] unilateral motor symptoms matched control (healthy control) structural differences
Aybek, et al. [29] conversion disorder with limb weakness matched control (healthy control) structural differences
Aybek, et al. [52] motor conversion disorder matched control (healthy control) visual stimuli - emotional faces
Aybek, et al. [47] motor conversion disorder matched control (healthy control) stressful memories task
Blakemore, et al. [86] unilateral upper limb conversion paresis matched control (healthy control) visual stimuli - reaction time task
Burgmer, et al. [90] dissociative paralysis in conversion disorders matched controls movement execution and observation-task
Burke, et al. [89] unilateral conversion disorder, sensory subtype within group differences vibrotactil stimulation
Czarnecki, et al. [60] psychogenic movement disorders matched control (healthy control) resting state
simple motor task
task vs. rest
de Lange, et al. [16] conversion paralysis within subjects design motor imagery task
de Lange, et al. [64] full or partial paralysis lateralized to one arm within subjects design motor imagery task
de Lange, et al. [21] full or partial conversion paralysis lateralized to one hand within subject design motor imagery task
Elzinga, et al. [46] dissociative disorder matched control (healthy control) working memory task effects
task load
Ghaffar, et al. [62] sensorimotor loss case series vibratory stimulation
Nicholson, et al. [105] motor conversion matched control (healthy control) structural
Roelofs, et al. [66] conversion paralysis within subjects design two-choice reaction task
Spence, et al. [20] motor conversion matched control (healthy control) movement execution
Stone, et al. [74] motor conversion matched control (healthy control) movement execution
van Beilen, et al. [50] motor conversion (paresis) Within subjects design, matched control (healthy control) movement execution and imagination
Voon, et al. [27] conversion disorder with positive motor symptoms matched control (healthy control) visual stimuli - emotional faces
Voon, et al. [43] conversion disorder (psychogenic movement disorder) matched control (healthy control) action selection task
Vuilleumier, et al. [22] unilateral hysterical sensorimotor loss within subjects design vibratory stimulation