Macroanatomical Landmarks Featuring Junctions of Major Sulci and Fissures and Scalp Landmarks Based on the International 10–10 System for Analyzing Lateral Cortical Development of Infants

@inproceedings{Tsuzuki2017MacroanatomicalLF,
  title={Macroanatomical Landmarks Featuring Junctions of Major Sulci and Fissures and Scalp Landmarks Based on the International 10–10 System for Analyzing Lateral Cortical Development of Infants},
  author={Daisuke Tsuzuki and Fumitaka Homae and Gentaro Taga and Hama Watanabe and Mi{\'e} Matsui and Ippeita Dan},
  booktitle={Front. Neurosci.},
  year={2017}
}
The topographic relationships between the macroanatomical structure of the lateral cortex, including sulci and fissures, and anatomical landmarks on the external surface of the head are known to be consistent. This allows the coregistration of EEG electrodes or functional near-infrared spectroscopy over the scalp with underlying cortical regions. However, limited information is available as to whether the topographic relationships are maintained in rapidly developing infants, whose brains and… CONTINUE READING
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