Architectonic map of neocortex of the normal mouse

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The neocortex of the normal mouse has been subdivided into architectonic fields on the basis of its cellular and fiber patterns. The map of medial, retrohippocampal, frontal and insular regions is little different from that of Brodmann as modified in minor ways by Krieg. The map of parietal, occipital and temporal regions follows closely the major rearrangements introduced to Brodmann's map by Krieg. Krieg's map has been modified to give individual status to the barrel fields and to disignate occipital fields around the full circumference of field 17, and temporal fields circumferentially around field 41.

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  • Verne S. Caviness

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