Table 2.

Global and lobar change in cortical volume, surface area, and thickness for each sample

CPBPITNCDBTSignificant sample differences
Cortical volume−1.10−1.87−1.15−1.60CPB–PIT, PIT–NCD, NCD–BT
    Frontal lobe−1.04−1.67−1.08−1.60
    Temporal lobe−0.88−1.65−0.99−1.32CPB–PIT, PIT–NCD
    Parietal lobe−1.54−2.53−1.49−1.98CPB–PIT, PIT–NCD, PIT–BT, NCD–BT
    Occipital lobe−0.61−1.31−0.84−1.28CPB–PIT, CPB–BT, NCD–BT
Cortical surface area−0.36−0.61−0.53−0.71CPB–PIT, CPB–BT, NCD–BT
    Frontal lobe−0.29−0.48−0.47−0.61CPB–BT
    Temporal lobe−0.31−0.52−0.43−0.59CPB–BT
    Parietal lobe−0.50−0.90−0.71−0.87CPB–PIT, CPB–BT
    Occipital lobe−0.34−0.46−0.47−0.85CPB–BT, PIT–BT NCD–BT
Cortical thickness−0.93−1.38−0.83−0.98PIT–NCD, PIT–BT
    Frontal lobe−0.93−1.29−0.83−0.99
    Temporal lobe−0.89−1.43−0.82−0.90PIT–NCD, PIT–BT
    Parietal lobe−1.15−1.63−0.94−1.17PIT–NCD, PIT–BT
    Occipital lobe−0.45−0.90−0.58−0.66
  • Values displayed are mean symmetrized APC for each measure. All APC values were significantly different from zero (p < 0.001). Differences among the samples were tested with ANOVAs (p < 0.05, Bonferroni-corrected, factor of 5) with Tukey's HSD post hoc comparisons (p < 0.05) and those showing significant differences are listed in the far right column.