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Research Article

Aberrant Resting-State Functional Connectivity Density in Patients with Hepatitis B Virus-Related Cirrhosis

Table 1

Demographics and clinical characteristics of patients with hepatitis B virus-related cirrhosis and healthy subjects.

HBV-RC patients ()Healthy controls () value values

Gender (male/female)26/525/50.0030.955
Age (years) 44.61 ± 10.0143.73 ± 9.320.3550.724
Education (years) 10.19 ± 3.5711.80 ± 3.18−1.8540.069
Cigarettes3.61 ± 6.193.60 ± 7.380.0070.994
Head motion 0.127 ± 0.0610.143 ± 0.074−0.8900.377
Child-Pugh A/B/C17/10/4
Total serum bilirubin (IU/L)38.30 ± 11.44NP
Serum albumin (g/L)35.37 ± 6.68NP
Prothrombin time (s)16.03 ± 1.97NP
PHES (−15~5)−2 (−9~2)2 (−4~4)−3.3830.001

Means ± SD. Significant difference. NP, not performed; PHES, psychometric hepatic encephalopathy score.

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