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From: Common and distinct patterns of grey-matter volume alteration in major depression and bipolar disorder: evidence from voxel-based meta-analysis

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(a) Results of major depressive disorder (MDD) meta-analysis. (b) Results of meta-regression with depression severity in MDD. (c) Results of meta-regression with sex in MDD. (d) Results of meta-regression with patient age in MDD. (e) Results of bipolar disorder (BD) meta-analysis. (f, g) Results of meta-regressions with age in BD. Orange represents lower volume in patients relative to controls or positive relationships with regressors in meta-regressions, blue represents greater volume relative to controls or negative relationships with regressors. In meta-regression plots, point size represents study weights. All images are shown in neurological convention; left on the image corresponds to left in the brain. Effect sizes represent effect sizes at the peak of the cluster.