Spatial distribution of deep sulcal landmarks and hemispherical asymmetry on the cortical surface.

@article{Im2010SpatialDO,
  title={Spatial distribution of deep sulcal landmarks and hemispherical asymmetry on the cortical surface.},
  author={Kiho Im and Hang Joon Jo and Jean-Francois Mangin and Alan C. Evans and Sun Il Kim and Jong-Min Lee},
  journal={Cerebral cortex},
  year={2010},
  volume={20 3},
  pages={
          602-11
        }
}
The locally deepest regions of major sulci, the sulcal pits, are thought to be the first cortical folds to develop and are closely related to functional areas. We examined the spatial distribution of sulcal pits across the entire cortical region, and assessed the hemispheric asymmetry in their frequency and distribution in a large group of normal adult brains. We automatically extracted sulcal pits from magnetic resonance imaging data using surface-based methods and constructed a group map from… CONTINUE READING

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