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Table 2 Multiple regression analyses between history of microsurgical clipping and history of subarachnoid haemorrhage (independent variables) in relation with hippocampal subfield volumes (dependent variables)

From: Hippocampus subfield volumetry after microsurgical or endovascular treatment of intracranial aneurysms—an explorative study

  Left hippocampus Right hippocampus
CA 2/3 CA 4 Subiculum CA 2/3 CA 4 Subiculum
β p β p β p β p β p β p
History of MC -20.03
(-39.38, -0.68)
0.043 -13.00
(-30.27, 4.27)
0.136 -4.74
(-34.48, 25.00)
0.749 -22.32
(-40.18, -4.45)
0.016* -17.00
(-33.86, -0.12)
0.048 -5.56
(-36.84, 25.73)
0.721
History of SAH 13.92
(-6.77, 34.60)
0.182 7.51
(-10.77, 25.80)
0.411 -9.07
(-39.89, 21.73)
0.555 13.88
(-5.05, 32.80)
0.146 9.07
(-8.59– 26.73)
0.305 -2.27 (-33.85–29.31) 0.885
  1. Analyses are controlled for age, total intracranial volume, sex, and side of treatment. Unstandardised regression coefficients (β) are given with their 95% confidence intervals in parentheses. Statistical significance was set at p < 0.05; p values that remained significant after correction for multiple comparisons (Holm method) are marked with an asterisk (*). CA cornu ammonis, MC microsurgical clipping, SAH subarachnoid haemorrhage