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From: Structural and cognitive deficits in chronic carbon monoxide intoxication: a voxel-based morphometry study

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Lower gray matter volumes (GMVs) in chronic CO-intoxicated patients vs normal subjects, with highlighted significant areas. (A) Compared to healthy controls, all chronic CO-intoxicated patients showed significantly lower GMV in the bilateral basal ganglia, left claustrum, right amygdala, left hippocampus, bilateral parietal, and left frontal lobes. (B) Only one significant difference in GMV was observed in the left post-central gyrus between the healthy control and the non-DE groups. (C) The DE group showed significantly lower GMV in the left hippocampus, left mammillary body, left claustrum, right amygdala, right anterior cingulate, right caudate body, and left frontal and bilateral parietal lobes. Among these areas, the clusters of left claustrum and right amygdala survived from statistical threshold of FWE corrected pā€‰<ā€‰0.05.

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