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A probabilistic atlas and reference system for the human brain: International Consortium for Brain Mapping (ICBM).
We develop a four-dimensional probabilistic atlas and reference system for the human brain and apply it to a large population of subjects. Expand
Two different areas within the primary motor cortex of man
THE primary motor area (M1) of mammals has long been considered to be structurally and functionally homogeneous1–5. This area corresponds to Brodmann's cytoarchitectural area 4. A few reports showingExpand
Brodmann's Areas 17 and 18 Brought into Stereotaxic Space—Where and How Variable?
Studies on structural-functional associations in the visual system require precise information on the location and variability of Brodmann's areas 17 and 18. Usually, these studies are based on theExpand
Areas 3a, 3b, and 1 of Human Primary Somatosensory Cortex: 2. Spatial Normalization to Standard Anatomical Space
Interindividual topographical variability of cytoarchitectonically defined somatosensory areas 3a, 3b, and 1 was analyzed in the standard anatomical format of a computerized brain atlas. T1-weightedExpand
Application of Information Technology: A Four-Dimensional Probabilistic Atlas of the Human Brain
The authors describe the development of a four-dimensional atlas and reference system that includes both macroscopic and microscopic information on structure and function of the human brain in persons between the ages of 18 and 90 years. Expand
Human Somatosensory Area 2: Observer-Independent Cytoarchitectonic Mapping, Interindividual Variability, and Population Map
We analyzed the topographical variability of human somatosensory area 2 in 10 postmortem brains. The brains were serially sectioned at 20 microm, and sections were stained for cell bodies. Area 2 wasExpand
Mapping of Histologically Identified Long Fiber Tracts in Human Cerebral Hemispheres to the MRI Volume of a Reference Brain: Position and Spatial Variability of the Optic Radiation
The interpretation of the anatomical basis of functional deficits after subcortical infarcts could be considerably improved, if the precise topography and interindividual variability in size andExpand
Hemispheric Shape of European and Japanese Brains: 3-D MRI Analysis of Intersubject Variability, Ethnical, and Gender Differences
Hemispheric shape is studied using magnetic resonance imaging and 3-D reconstructions in right-handed, male and female, European and Japanese subjects. Japanese hemispheres are relatively shorter,Expand
Statistics of deformations in histology and application to improved alignment with MRI
An exact registration of magnetic resonance images with histological sections is impeded by local deformations resulting from histological preparation procedures. Expand
Comparison of spatial normalization procedures and their impact on functional maps
The alignment accuracy and impact on functional maps of four spatial normalization procedures have been compared using a set of high resolution brain MRIs and functional PET volumes acquired in 20Expand