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Table 3 Overlaps between our study and previous resting-state functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging studies

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

  Our study Previous study
Increased ALFF bilateral caudate Turner et al. 2013
  middle frontal gyri Turner et al. 2013
left superior frontal gyrus Turner et al. 2013
medial superior frontal gyri. Xu et al. 2015
Decreased ALFF bilateral orbital inferior frontal gyri Mwansisya et al. 2017
  bilateral lingual Alonso-Solis et al. 2017
bilateral calcarine Salvador et al. 2017
bilateral cuneus Salvador et al. 2017
bilateral postcentral gyri Salvador et al. 2017
Each article reported different hippocampus Previous literature reports were inconsistent in these ragion.
  parahippocampus
sensorimotor cortex
temporal pole
parahippocampal gyrus
temporal fusiform
No clear report bilateral pars triangularis inferior frontal gyrus