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Figure 2. From: Deformation based morphometry of brain changes in alcohol dependence and abstinence.

Scatterplot of the average change in % tissue volume between scans, computed using all voxels within the ten significant clusters listed in Table 3.

Valerie A. Cardenas, et al. Neuroimage. ;34(3):879-887.
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Figure 1. From: Deformation based morphometry of brain changes in alcohol dependence and abstinence.

Maps of longitudinal tissue recovery in which 17 abstaining alcoholics are compared to 8 relapsing alcoholics; the T-statistic maps from this comparison are shown here overlaid on the spatially normalized average anatomy (N=33). Red/yellow indicates voxels where abstainers recovered tissue faster than relapsers. The contours encompass clusters of voxels that significantly differentiate abstainers from relapsers after correction for multiple comparisons; see Table III for the cluster numbers corresponding to the contour color key. The contour for cluster 6 is black.

Valerie A. Cardenas, et al. Neuroimage. ;34(3):879-887.
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Figure 3. From: Deformation based morphometry of brain changes in alcohol dependence and abstinence.

The T-statistic map, showing the relationship between longitudinal tissue change in 25 recovering alcoholics and gray matter volume at 1 week of abstinence, is shown overlaid on the spatially normalized average anatomy. Red/yellow indicates voxels where smaller GM volumes at 1 week of abstinence were associated with faster tissue recovery. The contours encompass clusters of voxels with this negative association that are significant after correction for multiple comparisons; see Table IV for the cluster numbers corresponding to the contour color key.

Valerie A. Cardenas, et al. Neuroimage. ;34(3):879-887.

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