10 August 2020>: Clinical Research
Abnormal Fractional Amplitude of Low-Frequency Fluctuation Changes in Patients with Monocular Blindness: A Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) StudyJian-Wen Fang 1ACDEF , Ya-Jie Yu 1ACD , Li-Ying Tang 23CD , Si-Yi Chen 1C , Meng-Yao Zhang 1F , Tie Sun 1AF , Shi-Nan Wu 1B , Kang Yu 1B , Biao Li 1B , Yi Shao 1ACDG*
Med Sci Monit 2020; 26:e926224
Figure 1 Spontaneous cerebral activity in MB patients and HCs. Significant brain activity differences were observed in the left anterior cingulate and paracingulate gyri, left precuneus, right inferior parietal, but supramarginal and angular gyri and left inferior parietal, but supramarginal and angular gyri. The red or yellow denotes increased fAlFF values, and the blue areas indicate decreased fAlFF values, respectively (P,0.01 for multiple comparisons using Gaussian random field theory [z.2.3, P,0.01, cluster. 40 voxels, Alphasim corrected]). MB – monocular blindness; HCs – healthy controls; fALFF – fractional amplitude of low-frequency fluctuation; L – left; R – right.