Olfactory activity in the human brain identified by fMRI.

  • Smejkal V
  • Druga R
  • Tintera J
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Modern imaging methods such as functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) or positron emission tomography (PET) enable us to map brain activities associated with stimulation of various functional systems in the human brain. Data concerning the localization and lateralization of secondary olfactory areas are not in agreement. SUBJECTIVE: The aim of the study: localization of secondary olfactory brain areas activated by a pleasant stimulus--vanillin.

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  • V. Smejkal

  • R. Druga

  • J. Tintera

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