bdi12175-sup-0001-FigureS1.tiffTIFF image654KFigure S1. Whole-brain cluster-wise comparison of cortical thickness of bipolar disorder (n = 18) and major depressive disorder (n = 56) groups when age and a history of substance use disorder were included in the model as covariates. Only the right caudal middle frontal lobe remained significantly different between the two disorders with a cluster size of 1,223.3 mm2; Talairach coordinates of x = 32.1, y = 14.2, z = 46.1; and cluster-wise p-value of 4.2 e-3.

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