Brodmann areas: Brodmann area, Brodmann area 10, Postcentral gyrus, Brodmann area 19, Retinotopy, Brodmann area 23, Dorsomedial area

 
9781155544922: Brodmann areas: Brodmann area, Brodmann area 10, Postcentral gyrus, Brodmann area 19, Retinotopy, Brodmann area 23, Dorsomedial area
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 21. Chapters: Brodmann area, Brodmann area 10, Postcentral gyrus, Brodmann area 19, Retinotopy, Brodmann area 23, Dorsomedial area, Brodmann area 45, Brodmann area 25, Brodmann area 8, Brodmann area 15, Brodmann area 22, Brodmann area 32, Brodmann area 11, Brodmann area 24, Brodmann area 46, Brodmann area 49, Brodmann area 20, Simple cell, Brodmann area 5, Brodmann area 44, Brodmann area 18, Brodmann area 21, Brodmann area 6, Brodmann area 47, Colour centre, Brodmann area 7, Brodmann area 40, Brodmann area 13, Brodmann area 38, Brodmann area 43, Brodmann area 9, Brodmann area 14, Brodmann area 26, Brodmann area 28, Brodmann area 12, Brodmann area 16, Brodmann area 39, Extrastriate cortex, Brodmann area 37, Brodmann area 31, Brodmann area 35, Brodmann area 34, Brodmann area 36, Brodmann area 33, Brodmann area 30, Brodmann area 27, Brodmann area 29, Brodmann area 52, Brodmann area 48. Excerpt: A Brodmann area is a region of the cerebral cortex defined based on its cytoarchitectonics, or structure and organization of cells. Brodmann areas were originally defined and numbered by the German anatomist Korbinian Brodmann based on the cytoarchitectural organization of neurons he observed in the cerebral cortex using the Nissl stain. Brodmann published his maps of cortical areas in humans, monkeys, and other species in 1909, along with many other findings and observations regarding the general cell types and laminar organization of the mammalian cortex. (The same Brodmann area number in different species does not necessarily indicate homologous areas.) A similar, but more detailed cortical map was published by Constantin von Economo and Georg N. Koskinas in 1925. Brodmann areas have been discussed, debated, refined, and renamed exhaustively for nearly a century and remain the most widely known and frequently cited cytoarchitectural organi...

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