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Correction: Surface-Based fMRI-Driven Diffusion Tractography in the Presence of Significant Brain Pathology: A Study Linking Structure and Function in Cerebral Palsy

  • Lee B. Reid,
  • Ross Cunnington,
  • Roslyn N. Boyd,
  • Stephen E. Rose

Correction: Surface-Based fMRI-Driven Diffusion Tractography in the Presence of Significant Brain Pathology: A Study Linking Structure and Function in Cerebral Palsy

  • Lee B. Reid, 
  • Ross Cunnington, 
  • Roslyn N. Boyd, 
  • Stephen E. Rose
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Fig 7 appears incorrectly in the published article. Please see the correct Fig 7 and its caption here.

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Fig 7.

Typical significant fMRI activation detected through surface (top row) and voxelwise (middle and bottom rows) methods for tapping of the ‘impaired’ hand in a single participant. The middle and bottom rows show coronal, sagittal, and right-facing axial sections in the left, middle, and right columns respectively. Both methods show activation (red) in the approximate pre- and post-central gyri of the left hemisphere, and the right anterior lobe of the cerebellum. The voxelwise analysis resulted in approximately oval shaped activations that include grey-matter, white-matter, and cerebrospinal fluid. The surface-based method resulted in less-uniformly shaped activation patterns and two activation sites on the cerebellum.

https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0162271.g001

Reference

  1. 1. Reid LB, Cunnington R, Boyd RN, Rose SE (2016) Surface-Based fMRI-Driven Diffusion Tractography in the Presence of Significant Brain Pathology: A Study Linking Structure and Function in Cerebral Palsy. PLoS ONE 11(8): e0159540. pmid:27487011