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Table 3 Sheng et al.’s significant findings – functional connectivity changes in depressed versus non-depressed PD

From: What light have resting state fMRI studies shed on cognition and mood in Parkinson’s disease?

Connectivity Decreases:  
  Amygdala – prefrontal gyrus
  Right inferior frontal gyrus & left cerebellum
  Right inferior frontal gyrus & right cuneus
  Bilateral lingual gyrus & right superior frontal gyrus
  Bilateral lingual cortex & left middle frontal gyrus
Connectivity Increases:  
  Right inferior frontal gyrus & right insula
  Left middle frontal gyrus & right parietal gyrus
  Right inferior frontal gyrus and left lingual gyrus
  Bilateral lingual gyrus & bilateral median cingulate gyrus