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Figure 2

Figure 2. From: FMRI Reveals Abnormal Central Processing of Sensory and Pain Stimuli in Ill Gulf War Veterans.

Inter group differences (ANOVA t-contrast; cluster-level p < 0.05) in brain activation to innocuous heat stimulation of ventrum of the right forearm overlaid on a representative subject’s spatially normalized high-resolution anatomic. Slice locations in RAI Talairach co-ordinates. (top) Syn1 – Ctrl showing decreased activation to innocuous heat in Syn1 in S1, S2, insula, DLPFC, precentral gyrus and IPL; (bottom) Syn2 – Ctrl showing decreased activation to innocuous heat in Syn2 in S2, insula, DLPFC and precentral gyrus.

Kaundinya Gopinath, et al. Neurotoxicology. ;33(3):261-271.
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Figure 4. From: FMRI Reveals Abnormal Central Processing of Sensory and Pain Stimuli in Ill Gulf War Veterans.

Inter group differences (ANOVA t-contrast; cluster-level p < 0.05) in brain activation to noxious heat stimulation of ventrum of the right forearm overlaid on a representative subject’s spatially normalized high-resolution anatomic. Slice locations in RAI Talairach co-ordinates. (top) Syn1 – Ctrl showing increased activation to noxious heat in Syn1 in S1, S2, insula, IPL, SMA, PCL, BA7 and cerebellum; (bottom) Syn2 – Ctrl showing increased activation to noxious heat in Syn2 in similar regions.

Kaundinya Gopinath, et al. Neurotoxicology. ;33(3):261-271.
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Figure 3

Figure 3. From: FMRI Reveals Abnormal Central Processing of Sensory and Pain Stimuli in Ill Gulf War Veterans.

Map of BOLD fMRI brain activation from noxious heat stimulation of the ventrum of the right forearm in controls (1-sample two-tailed t-test map; cluster-level p < 0.0001), heat overlaid on a representative subject’s spatially normalized high-resolution anatomic. Slice locations in RAI Talairach co-ordinates. Figure shows activation to noxious heat in a number of areas including S1, S2, insula, STG, thalamus, and cerebellum. Activation maps for Syn1, Syn2 and Syn3, at the same slice locations and with same color-scale as controls are also displayed.

Kaundinya Gopinath, et al. Neurotoxicology. ;33(3):261-271.
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Figure 1

Figure 1. From: FMRI Reveals Abnormal Central Processing of Sensory and Pain Stimuli in Ill Gulf War Veterans.

Map of BOLD fMRI brain activation from innocuous heat stimulation of the ventrum of the right forearm in controls (1-sample two-tailed t-test map; cluster-level p < 0.001), overlaid on a representative subject’s spatially normalized high-resolution anatomic. Slice locations in RAI Talairach co-ordinates. Left hemisphere is on the right side of the coronal slices. Figure shows innocuous heat activation in a number of areas including DLPFC, S1, S2, insula and SMA. Activation maps for Syn1, Syn2 and Syn3, at the same slice locations and with same color-scale as controls are also displayed.

Kaundinya Gopinath, et al. Neurotoxicology. ;33(3):261-271.

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