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Table 3 Results from linear regression analyses showing associations between group and subcortical grey matter volumes

From: Brain volumes and regional cortical thickness in young females with anorexia nervosa

   Patients (N = 23) Controls (N = 28) Unstandarized coefficient
  Region label Mean (SD) Mean (SD) B St Error Stand.beta Sig
Left hemisphere Thalamus 7063.9 (785.7) 7568.8 (916.5) 85.5 221.9 .048 .702
Caudate 3702.3 (512.5) 3799.5 (494.2) −23.0 150.3 −023 .879
Putamen 5667.3 (539.6) 5716.7 (730.3) 40.5 202.6 .032 .842
Pallidum 1728.0 (216.3) 1802.6 (271.7) 45.1 76.5 .091 .559
Hippocampus 4216.2 (506.6) 4188.9 (276.1) −58.1 122.8 −.074 .638
Amygdala 1492.1 (207.8) 1458.0 (185.2) −59.9 60.3 −.147 .350
Right hemisphere Thalamus 7152.5 (705.3) 7710.3 (858.3) 183.5 207.6 .111 .381
Caudate 3696.8 (512.4) 3795.0 (491.0) −54.0 146.0 −.054 .731
Putamen 5417.9 (543.8) 5414.3 (671.6) −83.0 189.9 −.068 .664
Pallidum 1525.7 (215.4) 1661.7 (260.2) 68.8 71.1 .139 .338
Hippocampus 4259.5 (283.6) 4229.8 (336.7) −105.6 93.8 −.170 .266
Amygdala 1558.4 (232.7) 1554.1 (217.4) −17.0 69.6 −.038 .809
  1. Results from linear regression analyses testing for group differences of subcortical grey matter volumes between patients with anorexia nervosa and healthy controls. Scanner was included in the analyses as covariate. Volumes are in mm3