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Investigation on the Neural Mechanism of Hypnosis-Based Respiratory Control Using Functional MRI

Table 2

Clusters showing interstate fALFF/ReHo/DC difference.

Brain regionBrodmann areaCluster size (mm3)Peak MNI coordinatesPeak T value

Interstate fALFF difference
L-IPL40324−48 −45 42−5.65
Interstate ReHo difference
L-CAL/324−24 −36 −3910.73
R-calcarine1845915 −78 36.56
L-SFGdor9378−15 42 48−8.80
L-PCu/PCC23/307020 −51 21−7.39
L-IFGtri/MFG45/46351−39 30 27−6.46
Interstate DC difference
R-calcarine18/17156618 −75 912.14
R-CPL/48633 −63 −248.36
L-calcarine17891−15 −75 127.47
L-PCu/cuneus23378−9 −63 24−7.37
L-MPFCorb11351−3 63 −12−7.11
L-MFG46432−39 39 30−6.90

fALFF = fractional amplitude of low frequency fluctuation; ReHo = regional homogeneity; DC = degree centrality; MNI = Montreal Neurological Institute; L = left hemisphere; R = right hemisphere; IPL = inferior parietal lobule; CAL = cerebellum anterior lobe; SFGdor = dorsolateral superior frontal gyrus; PCu = precuneus; PCC = posterior cingulate cortex; IFGtri = triangular part of inferior frontal gyrus; MFG = middle frontal gyrus; CPL = cerebellum posterior lobe; MPFCorb = medial orbital of prefrontal cortex. Positive/negative T-value indicates increased/decreased activity in hypnosis state.

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