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Figure 1. Effect of aging and Alzheimer disease (AD) on total amygdalar volumes. From: Local amygdala structural differences with 3T MRI in patients with Alzheimer disease.

The figure shows amygdalar volume distribution in 19 patients with AD (closed circles) and 19 older healthy controls (open circles). The lines denote 95% confidence bounds of the control distribution.

E. Cavedo, et al. Neurology. 2011 February 22;76(8):727-733.
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Figure 2. Local atrophy in patients with Alzheimer disease (AD). From: Local amygdala structural differences with 3T MRI in patients with Alzheimer disease.

(A) Three-dimensional reconstruction of the right human amygdala (left: dorsal view; right: ventral view) divided into its subnuclei, as traced out from the atlas.17 (B) Contour outline of the surface nuclei on the dorsal right and left and on the ventral right and left amygdalar surface mesh model from our sample. At the bottom of the figure, pattern of percent tissue loss and statistical significance of the amygdala in patients with AD vs healthy elderly subjects.

E. Cavedo, et al. Neurology. 2011 February 22;76(8):727-733.

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