Primary Somatosensory Cortices Contain Altered Patterns of Regional Cerebral Blood Flow in the Interictal Phase of Migraine - Fig 3
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(A) Migraine-related increase of rCBF in the primary somatosensory cortices. Dotted black lines correspond to the boundary of central sulcus (CS) and post-central sulcus (PoCS). Statistical images are displayed with a cluster probability threshold of P<0.05, corrected for multiple comparisons (FWE). Data are shown in Caret PALS space, with left/right orientations marked. (B) Magnitude of the CBF changes within S1. Plots represent the mean (red line), 95% confidence interval (light-grey region), and 1 standard deviation (dark-grey region). Individual subjects data are shown in blue. Both groups are normally distributed, and significant after independent two-sample T-test (p = 0.0021).