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Table 4 Localization of acupuncture specific effects by comparing between the ACUP and SHAM connectivity maps using paired t-tests (t = 4.0, df = 16, P < 0.01, FDR corrected).

From: FMRI connectivity analysis of acupuncture effects on an amygdala-associated brain network

  ACUP – SHAM
    Talairach   
Anatomy regions Hem BA x y z t Vol
Medial Frontal Gyrus (MFG)    9 39 -9   
Precentral Gyrus L 6 -33 3 27 -6.28 270
  R 4 36 -21 54 5.93 54
Inferior Frontal Gyrus (IFG) R 44 54 9 15 -5.75 216
Postcentral Gyrus (SII) R 2 54 -30 57 -5.68 54
Superior Parietal Gyrus R 7 27 -57 48 -5.43 81
Inferior Temporal Gyrus (ITG) L 20 -42 -21 -33 -6.50 216
  R 21 39 -6 -36 -5.84 27
Insula (INS) L 13 -33 -3 18 4.88 108
  R 13 45 -27 18 5.33 216
Anterior Cingulate Cortex (ACC) L 24/32 -6 30 12 5.11 81
  R 24/32 9 36 -9 5.46 270
Uncus R 20 36 -12 -36 -5.77 81
Caudate R   12 15 12 -6.27 108
Putamen R   24 12 9 -5.11 54
Periaqueductal Gray (PAG)    0 -22 -8 5.28 182
Cerebellar Culmen L   -36 -54 -27 -6.73 216
  R   39 -54 -27 -5.75 189
Cerebellar Tonsil L   -27 -57 -48 -6.83 216
Cerebellar Declive L   -39 -60 -21 -6.02 513
  R   36 -57 -27 -6.63 108
Cerebellar Pyramis L   -18 -72 -36 -5.55 108
Cerebellar Tuber L   -54 -60 -33 -5.7 54
  1. Positive t values indicate ACUP > SHAM, while negative t values indicate SHAM > ACUP.
  2. Abbreviations: BA-Brodmann Area; Hem – Hemisphere; Vol-Volume (mm3).