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Table 4 Relations between subcortical volumes and structural MRI quality (as measured by the CAT12 Toolbox)

From: Variations in structural MRI quality significantly impact commonly used measures of brain anatomy

Area parcel

t_statistics

p_value

p_adjusted

Left-Thalamus-Proper

− 0.10352

0.91765

0.97864

Left-Caudate

0.18568

0.85288

0.97864

Left-Putamen

1.64437

0.10163

0.22358

Left-Pallidum

1.32804

0.18563

0.31415

brain-stem

1.39762

0.16373

0.30017

Left-Hippocampus

0.87275

0.38381

0.55460

Left-Amygdala

3.26946

0.00126

0.01389

Left-Accumbens-area

0.02680

0.97864

0.97864

Left-VentralDC

0.82099

0.41260

0.55460

Right-Thalamus-Proper

− 0.58969

0.55604

0.67961

Right-Caudate

0.07730

0.93846

0.97864

Right-Putamen

1.71325

0.08817

0.21891

Right-Pallidum

1.74292

0.08284

0.21891

Right-Hippocampus

0.79323

0.42856

0.55460

Right-Amygdala

1.89779

0.05912

0.21678

Right-Accumbens-area

1.48388

0.13937

0.27874

Right-VentralDC

1.01197

0.31274

0.49144

cc-posterior

3.33701

0.00100

0.01389

cc-mid-posterior

1.70579

0.08956

0.21891

cc-central

1.96198

0.05111

0.21678

cc-mid-anterior

2.33941

0.02027

0.14866

cc-anterior

1.96509

0.05075

0.21678

  1. Table displays relations between MRI quality (CAT12 score) and subcortical volumes in Freesurfer’s ASEG atlas. Region is in the first column, and t-statistic (of CAT12 and subcortical volume) is in the second column. The third column is the uncorrected p-value, while the fourth column is this test statistic corrected for multiple comparisons (for all 22 subcortical regions of interest). Bold indicates regions that were p < .05 (uncorrected), while italics indicates regions that were p < .05 (FDR corrected)