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Fig. 4 | EJNMMI Research

Fig. 4

From: Brain metabolism and related connectivity in patients with acrophobia treated by virtual reality therapy: an 18F-FDG PET pilot study sensitized by virtual exposure

Fig. 4

Anatomical localization of areas of increased left precentral gyrus connectivity in patients with acrophobia after VRET (p < 0.005, k > 84) projected onto 3D volume rendering. After the VRET, patients showed increased connectivity between the left precentral gyrus and bilateral occipital areas (BA17-18-19). L: left, R: right

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