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Table 2 Brain regions with GMV negatively correlated to hallucination severity in participants with schizophrenia

From: Correlations between exploratory eye movement, hallucination, and cortical gray matter volume in people with schizophrenia

Number Cluster size Brain regions Side BA MNI coordinate Peak t value
      x y z  
1 102297 Superior frontal cortex L 6 -24 -7 72 4.17
   Superior frontal cortex L 9 -14 45 50 4.90
   Precentral gyrus L 6 -24 -10 72 3.75
   Supplementary motor area L 6 -4 -12 52 2.57
   Middle frontal cortex L 10 -37 61 5 4.77
   Middle frontal cortex L 46 -34 50 32 3.62
   Precuneus L 30 -4 -54 10 2.71
   Precuneus R 30 8 -52 8 2.75
   Anterior cingulum cortex L 32 -3 44 13 3.11
   Anterior cingulum cortex R 32 12 38 10 4.02
   Middle cingulum cortex L 24 -3 28 37 2.88
   Middle cingulum cortex R 24 6 27 34 2.97
   Calcarine cortex L 17 -10 -58 11 2.82
   Calcarine cortex R 17 4 -57 11 2.55
   Hippocampus L 20 -24 -19 -13 4.82
   Hippocampus R 20 24 -18 -16 3.17
   Parahippocampal gyrus L 30 -18 -32 -12 4.26
   Thalamus L N.A -5 -20 17 3.15
   Thalamus R N.A 7 -18 20 3.06
2 24376 Superior temporal cortex R 22 67 -40 22 3.97
   Rolandic operculum R 48 47 -4 6 3.35
   Insular cortex R 48 40 -13 13 4.08
3 16800 Middle frontal cortex R 10 38 59 8 3.26
   Middle frontal cortex R 46 41 39 30 3.02
   Middle orbitofrontal cortex R 11 18 67 -11 4.04
   Inferior orbitofrontal cortex R 47 47 45 -13 3.93
  1. GMV gray matter volume, BA Broadmann area, MNI Montreal Neurological Institute, R right, L left
  2. Automated Anatomical Labeling (AAL) software [94] and the Brodmann templates implemented in MRIcroN software (https://www.nitrc.org/plugins/mwiki/index.php/mricron:MainPage) were employed to define Brodmann area