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Figure 1. Lesion overlap map for the aggressive (A, red areas) and nonaggressive subjects (B, blue areas). From: Prefrontal cortex lesions and MAO-A modulate aggression in penetrating traumatic brain injury.

Results are overlaid on Montreal Neurological Institute T1 brain standard template. Images in radiologic convention (left side of the brain is represented on the right side of the pictures).

M. Pardini, et al. Neurology. 2011 March 22;76(12):1038-1045.
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Figure 2. Lesion subtraction map between the aggressive and nonaggressive subjects. From: Prefrontal cortex lesions and MAO-A modulate aggression in penetrating traumatic brain injury.

Red blobs represent those areas relatively more lesioned in the aggressive than in the nonaggressive group while the blue blobs represent those areas relatively more lesioned in the nonaggressive than in the aggressive group. Results are overlaid on Montreal Neurological Institute T1 brain standard template. Images in radiologic convention (left side of the brain is represented on the right side of the pictures). A greater likelihood of brain damage in prefrontal areas (especially ventral, medial, and frontopolar regions) can be seen for the aggressive vs nonaggressive group subtraction map.

M. Pardini, et al. Neurology. 2011 March 22;76(12):1038-1045.

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