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Table 2 Lesion location in patients with and without depressive symptoms

From: Relationship between the lesion location of acute ischemic stroke and early depressive symptoms in Japanese patients

  Subjects with probable PSD (n = 71) Subjects without probable PSD (n = 350) p value
n % n %  
Frontal lobe
 Any side 18 25.4 30 8.6 <0.001
 Left side 7 9.9 14 4.0 0.065
 Right side 11 15.5 16 4.6 <0.01
Temporal lobe
 Any side 18 25.4 28 8.0 <0.001
 Left side 7 9.9 12 3.4 0.027
 Right side 11 15.5 16 4.6 0.002
Parietal lobe
 Any side 18 25.4 47 13.4 0.011
 Left side 9 12.7 21 6.0 0.046
 Right side 10 14.1 33 9.4 0.238
Occipital lobe
 Any side 10 14.1 37 10.6 0.391
 Left side 3 4.2 16 4.6 1.000
 Right side 7 9.9 22 6.3 0.302
Thalamus
 Any side 6 8.5 42 12.0 0.391
 Left side 2 2.8 20 5.7 0.556
 Right side 4 5.6 24 6.9 1.000
Caudate
 Any side 6 8.5 13 3.7 0.109
 Left side 3 4.2 9 2.6 0.434
 Right side 3 4.2 4 1.1 0.097
Putamen
 Any side 18 25.4 47 13.4 0.011
 Left side 7 9.9 16 4.6 0.086
 Right side 11 15.5 31 8.9 0.089
Anterior limb of internal capsule
 Any side 6 8.5 13 3.7 0.109
 Left side 3 4.2 7 2.0 0.383
 Right side 3 4.2 6 1.7 0.181
Posterior limb of internal capsule
 Any side 6 8.5 33 9.4 0.796
 Left side 2 2.8 16 4.6 0.505
 Right side 4 5.6 17 4.9 0.766
Corona radiata
 Any side 23 32.4 111 31.7 0.911
 Left side 9 12.7 61 17.4 0.327
 Right side 14 19.7 50 14.3 0.245
Centrum semiovale
 Any side 12 16.9 47 13.4 0.442
 Left side 5 7.0 20 5.7 0.591
 Right side 7 9.9 28 8.0 0.605
Hippocampus
 Any side 3 4.2 15 4.3 0.982
 Left side 2 2.8 7 2.0 0.652
 Right side 2 2.8 8 2.3 0.679
Amygdala
 Any side 0 0.0 5 1.4 0.595
 Left side 0 0.0 1 0.3 1.000
 Right side 0 0.0 4 1.1 1.000
  1. PSD post-stroke depression