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Table 2 Comparison of lobular %GM density

From: Gray matter density loss in essential tremor: a lobule by lobule analysis of the cerebellum

  ET w/HJT vs. Controls ET w/VT vs. Controls
n = 27 vs n = 36 n = 22 vs n = 36
Left_I-IV (p = 0.018) (p = 0.025)
Left_V (p = 0.004) (p = 0.005)
Left_VIIb (p = 0.013)  
Left_VIIIa (p = 0.009)  
Left_IX (p = 0.010) (p = 0.005)
Left_X (p = 0.014) (p = 0.008)
Right_V (p = 0.021) (p = 0.026)
Right_IX (p = 0.001) (p = 0.001)
Vermis_CrusI   (p = 0.016)
Vermis_CrusII   (p = 0.012)
Vermis_VI   (p = 0.019)
Vermis_VIIb (p = 0.011) (p = 0.004)
Vermis_VIIIb   (p = 0.026)
  1. Regions of significance are shown (p < 0.05) that met the BH FDR criterion. Abbreviations [HJT Head/Jaw Tremor (i.e., presence of head or jaw tremor on examination), VT Voice Tremor (i.e., presence of voice tremor on examination)]. In these comparisons, age, gender, MOCA score and group were incorporated as continuous and discrete independent variables and regressed against the regional %GM density of the 34 cerebellar regions