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Research Article

The Modulatory Effect of Cerebrovascular Burden in Response to Cognitive Stimulation in Healthy Ageing and Mild Cognitive Impairment

Table 6

Effect of WML-by-timepoint interaction on extracted functional networks.

Cluster level FWECluster extent (voxels) score at local maximumHemisphereBrodmann areaTalairach coordinatesBrain region

Healthy controls: positive interaction between vascular burden group and timepoint on functional connectivity of the posterior DMN
0.0064624.65R728-5754Precuneus
4.29R734-5654Superior parietal lobule
3.92R718-4854Precuneus
3.54R4032-4252Inferior parietal lobule
3.46R720-6357Superior parietal lobule
3.37R4036-4454Inferior parietal lobule
3.18R4036-5047Inferior parietal lobule
0.0313514.4L7-26-5647Superior parietal lobule
3.98L40-40-3650Inferior parietal lobule
3.9L7-18-5043Precuneus
3.66L40-28-3653Postcentral gyrus
3.5L40-36-4055Inferior parietal lobule
2.93L7-22-5158Superior parietal lobule
2.64L7-34-5452Superior parietal lobule
MCI: positive interaction between vascular burden group and timepoint on functional connectivity of the salience network
0.0363583.54R34-1312Claustrum
3.36R1338-313Insula
3.33R1338916Insula
3.49R34107Claustrum
2.98R3449Claustrum
2.79R1332-2220Insula
All: interaction between vascular burden and timepoint on functional connectivity of the posterior DMN in participants with low CR
0.0132773.83R2416437Cingulate gyrus
3.77R244237Cingulate gyrus
3.50R2418-1343Cingulate gyrus

Note: only clusters surviving corrected threshold reported. FWE: family-wise error; R: right; L: left.

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