International Scholarly Research Notices / 2012 / Article / Tab 2

Clinical Study

Brain Activation in Primary Motor and Somatosensory Cortices during Motor Imagery Correlates with Motor Imagery Ability in Stroke Patients

Table 2

Significant clusters of activation for the main effects of “Imagery of the affected hand” (IA > Rest). Single-voxel uncorrected threshold , cluster size voxels. BA: Brodmann area at given coordinates.

IA > RESTRegionsBA #Voxels MNI

Non-lesioned brain sidePrecentral gyrus6121795.18−60 3 30
Insula 4.94−39 0 6
Inferior frontal gyrus44134.48−57 9 18
Precentral gyrus6741076.97−24−12 57
Supramarginal gyrus405.31−60−45 27
Superior parietal lobule275.74−21−66 53
Thalamus264.90−12−15 6
Inferior parietal lobule233.88−30−51 39

Lesioned brain sidePrecentral gyrus6102806.72 42 −3 48
Rolandic operculum4485.85 45 0 15
Insula 5.38 45 6 6
Supplementary motor area693415.69 12 0 57
Inferior parietal lobule343.99 39 −48 39
Pons303.17 3 −25−4

#Voxels: number of voxels in cluster. MNI: coordinates in the Montreal Neurological Institute standard brain space. = maximum score in cluster. The percentage of voxels from the cluster falling within the named region is indicated by the superscripted values (obtained by the SPM Anatomy Toolbox).