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temporal lobe atrophy

Todd Lorenz lorenztrgk at earthlink.net
Sat Jan 29 17:07:17 EST 2000


Could you provide a little more detail?  How many subjects were involved?
What was the correlation coefficient and confidence intervals?
Todd Lorenz

"Xinxin Guo" <xinguo7 at hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:20000114230452.45881.qmail at hotmail.com...
> hi, there,
>
> I need your help. In our population-based study, we found a strong
> correlation between temporal lobe atrophy and impaired lower limb
mobility.
> Both cortical and central atrophy were rated on CT scan. The temporal,
> parietal, frontal and temporal atrophy were rated as normal, mild,
moderate
> and severe. Central atrophy were measured as bifrontal ratio, bicaudate
> ratio, third ventricle width. The mobility of upper limbs and lower limbs
> were measured by optoelectronic technique.
>
> My question is (1) how to interprete the association between temporal
> atrophy and impaired mobility? (2)why did the correlation is only limit to
> lower limbs?
>
> It would be very grateful if you could offer me some tips, or suggest me
> some relevant reference.
>
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