Precentral sulcal complex of the human brain: morphology and statistical probability maps.

@article{Germann2005PrecentralSC,
  title={Precentral sulcal complex of the human brain: morphology and statistical probability maps.},
  author={J{\"u}rgen Germann and Steve Robbins and Ulrike Halsband and Michael Petrides},
  journal={The Journal of comparative neurology},
  year={2005},
  volume={493 3},
  pages={334-56}
}
The morphology of the precentral sulcus was examined via 3D visualization in 40 structural magnetic resonance images of the human brain to define its common features and their variability. The precentral sulcus is composed of two distinct sulcal configurations: 1) the inferior precentral sulcus (IP), situated caudal to the inferior frontal sulcus, and 2) the superior precentral sulcus (SP), caudal to the superior frontal sulcus. The SP was usually a single connected structure, and only in 24… CONTINUE READING
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