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Table 2 Detailed information of the clusters showing significant group differences.

From: Cerebrovascular reactivity among native-raised high altitude residents: an fMRI study

Measurements Area Volume
(mm3)
BA   Talairach (peak) t-value
      x y z  
GLM Primary motor cortex 6854 6 L 21.7 3.9 54.2 -6.77
  Lingual gyrus 5611 18 R -24.1 76.1 -8 -4.37
  Thalamus 2544   R -16.8 18.5 -5.2 -3.82
  Precuneus 2364 7 L 30.4 47.4 44.4 -3.48
  Fusiform gyrus 1681 37 L 41.8 44.6 -17.8 -4.13
  Somatosensory association cortex 1501 5 R -2.1 45.4 70.5 -4.01
  Precuneus 1445 7 R -32.3 63.5 49.3 -3.47
  Cingulate gyrus 1441 23 R -13.1 12.1 29.4 -3.00
  Anterior cingulate cortex 1251 24 R -6 -27.7 -3.5 2.79
  Posterior cingulate cortex 995 29 R -2 41 20.5 -3.44
  Middle temporal gyrus 938 39 L 57.3 63.7 9.5 3.68
  Primary motor cortex 904 6 R -31.5 10.8 65.5 -3.55
  Anterior cingulate cortex 872 38 L 41.4 -19.9 -24.8 3.56
  Caudate 819   R -0.6 -5.7 16.8 -2.78
Response delay Superior frontal gyrus 2673 8 R -13.5 -46.5 35.5 -3.144
  Superior temporal gyrus 1971 38 L 34.5 -19.5 -27.5 -4.197
  Postcentral gyrus 1944 6 L 55.5 7.5 11.5 -3.000
  Cerebellar tonsil 1377   R -10.5 64.5 -39.5 -2.9166
  Insula 1296 13 R -40.5 19.5 -0.5 -4.0758
  Insula 1242 13 L 49.5 -1.5 -24.5 -3.2954
  Precuneus 1134 7 R -13.5 64.5 35.5 -3.1364
  Medial frontal gyrus 999 10 R -10.5 -64.5 11.5 -3.6894
  Superior frontal gyrus 972 6 R -10.5 -13.5 59.5 -2.9774
  Superior temporal gyrus 837 38 R -43.5 -16.5 -27.5 -3.5607
  1. Negative t values indicate decreased activation or longer response delay among the HA group. These clusters are also displayed in Figure 1 and Figure 3.