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Table 2 Absolute attenuation in Hounsfield Units and GWR calculations

From: The prognostic value of gray-white-matter ratio in cardiac arrest patients treated with hypothermia

  Good outcome Poor outcome p-value
(CPC 1–2) (CPC 3–5) MWU test
  n = 37 n = 61  
CN 33.7 (32.5–35.1) 31.3 (28.1–33.2) < 0.001
PU 34.7 (33.7–36.1) 32.8 (30.1–34.7) < 0.001
THL 32.9 (31.2–34.3) 31.1 (29.5–32.8) 0.002
CC 27.5 (26.6–28.3) 26.7 (25.7–28.7) 0.241
PIC 27.4 (26.2–28.5) 27.7 (26.5–29.0) 0.459
MC1 31.6 (30.8–32.7) 29.5 (28.2–32.3) < 0.001
MC2 31.5 (30.3–32.2) 29.4 (27.5–30.7) < 0.001
MWM1 25.9 (24.1–27.2) 25.8 (24.3–27.3) 0.860
MWM2 25.9 (24.3–26.7) 26.0 (24.3–27.3) 0.514
GWR-AV 1.24 (1.21–1.27) 1.18 (1.10–1.22) < 0.001
GWR-BG 1.26 (1.23–1.29) 1.18 (1.10–1.25) < 0.001
GWR-CE 1.22 (1.17–1.28) 1.17 (1.10–1.20) < 0.001
  1. The table shows Median (IQR) for each group and the respective p-value of the Mann-Whitney-Utest. Caudate nucleus-CN, putamen-PU, thalamus-THL, CC-corpus callosum, posterior limb of internal capsule-PIC, MC1 and MWM1-medial cortex and medial white matter at the level of the centrum semiovale, MC2 and MWM2-medial cortex and medial white matter at the level of the high convexity area.