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Table 2 Brain regions showing significant differences in ReHo or fALFF and significantly different FCs between healthy controls and alcohol-dependent patients

From: Data-driven study on resting-state functional magnetic resonance imaging during early abstinence of alcohol dependence in male patients and its predictive value for relapse

  Brain regions Hemisphere Voxels X Y Z T
ReHo Postcentral Left 407 − 48 −21 57 − 6.538
Precentral Left 67 −43 −19 60 −4.424
Postcentral Right 149 48 −15 36 −5.247
Precentral Right 66 49 −14 48 −3.479
fALFF Postcentral Left 68 −51 −12 33 −4.469
Precentral Right 47 44 −11 46 −3.937
Postcentral Right 86 51 −18 36 −4.838
Fusiform Right 28 26 −42 −15 −4.800
FCs of the left Precentral (seed) with Lingual Right 270 18 −45 −3 −6.524
middle Cingulum Left 80 −9 −15 42 −3.597
Insula Left 75 −36 −12 12 −6.382
FCs of the right Precentral (seed) with Lingual Right 130 12 −42 −6 −5.442
Insula Right 48 36 −9 12 −5.310
superior Temporal Left 161 −51 −9 3 −5.447
FC of the left Postcentral (seed) with Insula Left 85 −36 −12 12 −7.293
FC of the right Postcentral (seed) with superior Temporal Left 286 −51 −12 3 − 5.951
FC of the right Fusiform (seed) with middle Cingulum Right 226 9 −12 39 −6.521
  1. ReHo reginal homogeneity, fALFF fractional amplitude of low-frequency fluctuations, FCs functional connectivities, 𝑋, 𝑌, and 𝑍 coordinates of primary peak locations in the Montreal Neurological Institute space, A positive 𝑇 value indicates an increased ReHo, fALFF or FC, and a negative 𝑇 value indicates a decreased ReHo, fALFF or FC