Efferent connections of the cingulate gyrus in the rhesus monkey

@article{Pandya2004EfferentCO,
  title={Efferent connections of the cingulate gyrus in the rhesus monkey},
  author={Deepak N. Pandya and Gary W. Van Hoesen and M.-Marsel Mesulam},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2004},
  volume={42},
  pages={319-330}
}
SummaryEfferent cortical connections of the cingulate gyrus are investigated in rhesus monkey using autoradiographic technique. The results indicate that the rostralmost part of the cingulate gyrus (area 32) sends projections to the lateral prefrontal and midorbitofrontal cortex and to the rostral portion of the superior temporal gyrus. In contrast, the other two major subdivisions of the cingulate gyrus, areas 24 and 23, have widespread connections within the cortex. Area 24, for example… Expand
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