Anatomical variability of the lateral frontal lobe surface: implication for intersubject variability in language neuroimaging

@article{Juch2005AnatomicalVO,
  title={Anatomical variability of the lateral frontal lobe surface: implication for intersubject variability in language neuroimaging},
  author={Heike Juch and Ivan Zimine and Mohamed L. Seghier and François Lazeyras and Jean H D Fasel},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2005},
  volume={24},
  pages={504-514}
}
The lateral surface of the frontal lobe shows functional activation in a large number of language related tasks. Group analyses, however, demonstrate remarkable intersubject variability of activation. There are different sources for functional variability, anatomical variability being considered as one of them. The aim of the present study therefore was to qualitatively and quantitatively investigate the anatomical variability of the lateral frontal lobe surface and to search for reliable and… CONTINUE READING
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