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Table 2 The neuroimaging of the patients

From: Clinical and neuropsychological characteristics of general paresis misdiagnosed as primary psychiatric disease

Variable GP misdiagnosed (n = 29) GP not misdiagnosed (n = 26) p value
cortical atrophy 25 (86.2 %) 22 (84.6 %) 0.867
subcortical white matter ischemic 23 (79.3 %) 16 (61.5 %) 0.147
Hippocampus atrophy 9 (64.3 %) 5 (41.7 %) 0.249
  (n = 14) (n = 12)  
Hippocampus metabolism abnormity 9 (64.3 %) 4 (33.3 %) 0.116
  (n = 14) (n = 12)  
  1. GP misdiagnosed , general paresis misdiagnosed as primary psychiatric disease, GP not misdiagnosed, general paresis was diagnosed once see a doctor