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Table 2 Cortical areas showing significant activation in each subtraction analysis

From: Activity in the primary somatosensory cortex induced by reflexological stimulation is unaffected by pseudo-information: a functional magnetic resonance imaging study

Area Brodomann’s area MNI coordinate T-score
   x y z  
Stimulation of reflex area on left foot: {L(correct) + L(pseudo)} – {R(correct) + R(pseudo)}
R. supplementary motor area BA6 8 -6 48 7.78
R. paracentral lobule BA4/6a 6 -28 72 16.62
  BA3b/4a 8 -40 74 15.32
R. rolandic operculum   44 -32 22 5.10
R. insula   32 -24 18 6.11
R. thalamus   16 -24 0 5.08
L. cerebellum (lobule V)   -14 -40 -24 11.22
Stimulation of reflex area on right foot: {R(correct) + R(pseudo)} – {L(correct) + L(pseudo)}
L. middle cingulate gyrus BA6 -8 -4 46 7.85
L. paracentral lobule BA4a/6 -6 -38 66 19.36
  BA4 -6 -26 70 15.37
  BA3b/4a -10 -44 70 14.07
L. insula   -34 -24 18 6.51
R. cerebellum (lobule V)   14 -42 -24 12.53
Stimulation of reflex area with true information: {L(correct) + R(correct)} – {L(pseudo) + R(pseudo)}
N.S.
Stimulation of reflex area with pseudo information: {L(pseudo) + R(pseudo)} – {L(correct) + R(correct)}
N.S.
  1. The activation peak in bold was observed within SI area defined by the Anatomy toolbox [20].