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Table 2 Regions with ALFF differences in SZ and HC subjects

From: Amplitude of low-frequency fluctuation (ALFF) may be associated with cognitive impairment in schizophrenia: a correlation study

  Brain regions Cluster size Peak coordinates (MNI) T values
x y z
SZ>HC A L Medial superior frontal gyrus 237 51 27 6 5.6597
 R Middle frontal gyrus 151     
 R Medial superior frontal gyrus 127     
 R Superior frontal gyrus 123     
 R Pars triangularis inferior frontal gyrus 94     
 R Orbital inferior frontal gyrus 82     
 L Superior frontal gyrus 62     
B L Pars triangularis inferior frontal gyrus 82 −39 42 −9 5.0682
 L Orbital inferior frontal gyrus 58     
C R Caudate 75 12 12 6 5.0632
D L Caudate 79 −9 9 3 5.0506
E L Medial frontal gyrus 40 −24 54 18 4.4804
SZ<HC F R Paracentral lobule 36 12 −36 69 −4.2799
 R Postcentral gyrus 24     
G L Postcentral gyrus 136 −51 −12 33 −4.3341
H R Precuneus 41 9 −48 51 −4.5002
I L Postcentral gyrus 38 −18 −39 72 −4.9716
 L Paracentral lobule 23     
J L Calcarine 200 6 −81 15 −5.3827
 R Lingual gyrus 183     
 R Calcarine 157     
 L Lingual gyrus 156     
 L Cuneus 76     
 R Cuneus 52     
  1. Peak coordinates refer to the point with the highest t value in the cluster, not the specific region
  2. Note: x, y, z coordinates of peak locations in the Montreal Neurological Institute space (MNI)
  3. ALFF Amplitude of low frequency fluctuations, HC Healthy control, SZ Schizophrenia patients, L Left, R Right