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Table 3 Pair-wise cortical thickness comparisons by diagnostic group

From: Regional cortical thinning in young adults with schizophrenia but not psychotic or non-psychotic bipolar I disorder

  ROI CON vs. SCZ CON vs. PBD CON vs. NPBD SCZ vs. PBD SCZ vs. NPBD
Frontal 2. Superior fontal     PBD > SCZ
p = 0.001
NPBD > SCZ
p = 0.004
4. Caud. Mid. frontal     PBD > SCZ
p = 0.033
 
8. Precentral     PBD > SCZ
p = 0.003
 
9. Paracentral CON > SCZ
p = 0.004
   PBD > SCZ
p < 0.001
NPBD > SCZ
p = 0.004
Parietal 13. Inferior parietal CON > SCZ
p = 0.033
   PBD > SCZ
p = 0.035
NPBD > SCZ
p = 0.003
14. Supramarginal CON > SCZ
p = 0.015
   PBD > SCZ
p = 0.009
 
Temporal 17. Temporal pole      
18. Sup. temporal      
19. Mid. temporal CON > SCZ
p = 0.027
    NPBD > SCZ
p = 0.032
22. Fusiform CON > SCZ
p = 0.032
   PBD > SCZ
p = 0.004
NPBD > SCZ
p < 0.001
24. Parahippocampal      NPBD > SCZ
p = 0.042
25. Entorhinal      
Cingulate 31. Caud. Ant. cingulate SCZ > CON
p = 0.028
PBD > CON
p = 0.005
NPBD > CON
p < 0.001
  
32. Post. cingulate    NPBD > CON
p < 0.001
  NPBD > SCZ
p < 0.001
Insula 34. Insula      NPBD > SCZ
p = 0.016
  1. Values shown reflect p values Bonferroni corrected for multiple comparisons for five comparisons within each region. Italicized values indicate regions that are smaller in control participants
  2. Blank cells indicate a p value greater than 0.05 after correcting for multiple comparisons. No differences in PBD and NPBD groups was observed
  3. ROI region of interest, CON control, SCZ schizophrenia, PBD psychotic bipolar disorder, NPBD non-psychotic bipolar disorder, Ant. anterior, Sup. superior, Post. posterior, Caud. caudal, Mid. middle