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Figure 5–15. Regions of significant cortical loss in pediatric traumatic brain injury compared with brains of typically developing children, reflecting adjustments made for age and gender.

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Figure 5–15. Regions of significant cortical loss in pediatric traumatic brain injury compared with brains of typically developing children, reflecting adjustments made for age and gender.The P-value color scale indicates group differences ranging from dark blue (P <0.005) to light blue (P <0.00001). Results are displayed on a customized averaged pediatric subject. (A) Lateral view (with surfaces inflated to reveal the extent of significant regions) showing group differences bilaterally for temporal and frontal lobe (P <0.005). (B) Lateral view (now shown as pial surfaces) indicating the same significant regions as displayed in A. (C) Midsagittal pial surfaces showing significant cortical regional differences.

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