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|24849||Figure 1||Brain structure anomalies in autism spectrum disorder-a meta-analysis of VBM studies using anatomic likelihood estimation||Significant clusters of convergence obtained by ALE-based analysis indicating locations in the lateral occipital lobe, the pericentral region, the medial temporal lobe, the basal ganglia and proximate to the right parietal operculum. Both foci indicating gray and white matter changes were included in this model. Since disturbances in brain growth trajectories were discussed as a key pathophysiological feature in ASD, we integrated both foci reporting increases and decreases of gray matter (GM) or white matter (WM) in our analysis. Thus, the depicted clusters indicate brain regions consistently altered in ASD patients.|
|12159||Figure 1A||Progressive pathology is functionally linked to the domains of language and emotion: meta-analysis of brain structure changes in schizophrenia patients||4 clusters indicating convergent regional atrophy in schizophrenia patients. Clusters were located in the left periinsular region, the bilateral thalamus, the left medial temporal lobe (mainly laterobasal amygdala) and the left basal forebrain/ventral striatum.|
|12160||Figure 1B||Progressive pathology is functionally linked to the domains of language and emotion: meta-analysis of brain structure changes in schizophrenia patients||Cluster indicating increased grey matter volume in schizophrenia patients. The cluster was located in the left putamen.|