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Figure 2. From: Regional Differences in the Coupling between Resting Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism may Indicate Action Preparedness as a Default State.

An intergroup scatterplot of regional CMRgl (x-axis) and CBF (y-axis) values, with regression and identity lines. The color-coding indicates regional membership (Frontal = blue diamonds; parietal–occipital = orange downward pointing triangles; Temporal = green upward pointing triangles; Limbic = red squares; corpus callosum = black circles; basal ganglia and somatomotor regions = turquoise downward pointing triangles). Regression lines were calculated separately for each grouping.

Ruben C. Gur, et al. Cereb Cortex. 2009 February;19(2):375-382.
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Figure 3. From: Regional Differences in the Coupling between Resting Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism may Indicate Action Preparedness as a Default State.

Mean (±SEM) of the ratios of relative regional CBF to glucose metabolism (CMRgl) in frontal, parietal, occipital, temporal, limbic, corpus callosum (CC), basal ganglia, and thalamus (BG/THAL), and posterior fossa somatomotor (SOM-MOT) areas. Region placement is shown in Figure 1, where the regional labels are spelled out in the legend. The error bars represent the standard error of the mean for ratios, defined as the relative standard error (RSE) multiplied by the ratio. RSE is standard error relative to the mean; the RSE squared of (x/y) is equal to the sum of the RSEs squared of x and of y, following which the absolute SE of (x/y) is simply RSE (x/y) times (x/y).

Ruben C. Gur, et al. Cereb Cortex. 2009 February;19(2):375-382.
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Figure 1. From: Regional Differences in the Coupling between Resting Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism may Indicate Action Preparedness as a Default State.

Placement of representative ROIs on MR images. The following regions were examined (abbreviations on left hemispheres): superior frontal (SF), dorsolateral prefrontal (DL), dorsomedial prefrontal (DM), mid-frontal (MF), inferior frontal (IF), sensorimotor (SM), superior parietal (SP), supramarginal gyrus (SG), occipital—medial (OM), occipital—lateral (OL), lingual gyrus (LI), fusiform gyrus (FG), occipital temporal (OT), superior temporal (ST), mid-temporal (MT), inferior temporal (IT), temporal pole (TP), parahippocampal gyrus (PH), hippocampus (HI), uncus (UN), amygdala (AM), insula (IN), orbital frontal (OF), rectal gyrus (RG), cingulate gyrus—anterior (CA), cingulate gyrus (CG), cingulate gyrus—posterior (CP), corpus callosum—anterior (C1), corpus callosum—posterior (C2), caudate nucleus (CN), lenticular—medial (globus pallidus) (LM), lenticular—lateral [putamen] (LL), thalamus (TH), midbrain (MI), pons (PO), cerebellum (CE). The color-coding on the right hemisphere is based on the results (see Results section) and indicates hyperperfusion (red), hypoperfusion (blue) and coupling (green).

Ruben C. Gur, et al. Cereb Cortex. 2009 February;19(2):375-382.

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