Connectivity-based parcellation of the human posteromedial cortex.

  title={Connectivity-based parcellation of the human posteromedial cortex.},
  author={Yaqin Zhang and Lingzhong Fan and Yu Zhang and Jiaojian Wang and Maohu Zhu and Yuanchao Zhang and Chunshui Yu and Tianzi Jiang},
  journal={Cerebral cortex},
  volume={24 3},
Regional structural and functional variations in the posteromedial cortex (PMC) have been found in both animals and humans, strongly suggesting the presence of subdivisions. However, there is no consensus on how to subdivide the human PMC. Here, we investigated the anatomical parcellation scheme and the connectivity pattern of each subdivision of the human PMC using diffusion tensor imaging data from 2 independent groups of volunteers. The parcellation analyses of the 2 datasets consistently… CONTINUE READING


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