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Figure 2. From: Evidence for ongoing brain injury in human immunodeficiency virus-positive patients treated with antiretroviral therapy.

The T-statistic map is overlaid on the spatially normalized average MRI. (A) Red/yellow voxels show regions where greater rates of tissue loss over time were associated with lower CD4 counts within HIV+ patients, with the green and red contours delineating significant clusters (above P = .001). (B) The red, yellow, and black contours delineate clusters of blue voxels where greater rates of tissue loss over time were associated with higher log viral loads within HIV+ patients with detectable viral load.

VA Cardenas, et al. J Neurovirol. ;15(4):324-333.
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Figure 1. From: Evidence for ongoing brain injury in human immunodeficiency virus-positive patients treated with antiretroviral therapy.

The T-statistic map is overlaid on the spatially normalized average MRI. (A) Blue voxels show regions where HIV+ ART patients show greater rate of tissue loss over time compared to HIV− controls, with the red contour delineating a significant cluster (above P = .001) encompassing the posterior temporal region. (B) The red contour delineates a cluster of voxels where HIV+ patients with detectable viral load show greater rate of tissue loss compared to HIV+ suppressed. (C) The red and yellow contours delineate clusters of blue voxels where HIV+ patients with detectable viral load show significantly greater rate of tissue loss compared to HIV−, and the black contour delineates a cluster with a trend to greater rate of tissue loss.

VA Cardenas, et al. J Neurovirol. ;15(4):324-333.

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