Architectonic subdivision of the human orbital and medial prefrontal cortex

@article{ngr2003ArchitectonicSO,
  title={Architectonic subdivision of the human orbital and medial prefrontal cortex},
  author={Dost {\"O}ng{\"u}r and Amon T. Ferry and Joseph L. Price},
  journal={Journal of Comparative Neurology},
  year={2003},
  volume={460}
}
The structure of the human orbital and medial prefrontal cortex (OMPFC) was investigated using five histological and immunohistochemical stains and was correlated with a previous analysis in macaque monkeys [Carmichael and Price ( 1994 ) J. Comp. Neurol. 346:366–402]. A cortical area was recognized if it was distinct with at least two stains and was found in similar locations in different brains. All of the areas recognized in the macaque OMPFC have counterparts in humans. Areas 11, 13, and 14… Expand
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