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Figure 2. From: Cerebral white matter recovery in abstinent alcoholics--a multimodality magnetic resonance study.

MD (A) and FA (B) in frontal white matter of nsLDs, nsADIs and sADIs. The statistical significance of MD was not driven by the two nsADIs with highest MD values. Same baseline patterns were observed among participants who were rescanned at follow-up.

Stefan Gazdzinski, et al. Brain. 2010 April;133(4):1043-1053.
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Figure 1. From: Cerebral white matter recovery in abstinent alcoholics--a multimodality magnetic resonance study.

Brain regions scanned with our magnetic resonance spectroscopic sequence. Mean absolute atrophy-corrected metabolite concentrations were calculated over anatomically defined white matter lobar regions. The DTI and MRI sequences covered basically all lobar white matter.

Stefan Gazdzinski, et al. Brain. 2010 April;133(4):1043-1053.
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Figure 3. From: Cerebral white matter recovery in abstinent alcoholics--a multimodality magnetic resonance study.

Patterns of longitudinal frontal white matter changes in (A) MD, (B) FA, (C) volume and (D) NAA concentration observed in participants who were scanned at baseline and follow-up: the P-values pertain to longitudinal changes. Please, note the significant decrease in MD of nsADIs (A) is not accompanied by any volume change (C), whereas the volume increase in sADIs (C) is not accompanied by a MD change (A). The range of corresponding measures in 22 nsLDs is depicted in grey (mean ± standard error). NAA concentrations reported after correction for age and BMI.

Stefan Gazdzinski, et al. Brain. 2010 April;133(4):1043-1053.

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