Statistical neuroanatomy of the human inferior frontal gyrus and probabilistic atlas in a standard stereotaxic space.

@article{Hammers2007StatisticalNO,
  title={Statistical neuroanatomy of the human inferior frontal gyrus and probabilistic atlas in a standard stereotaxic space.},
  author={Alexander Hammers and C Chen and Louis Lemieux and Richard Allom and Spyridon Vossos and Samantha Free and Ralph Myers and David J. Brooks and John S. Duncan and Matthias J. Koepp},
  journal={Human brain mapping},
  year={2007},
  volume={28 1},
  pages={34-48}
}
We manually defined the inferior frontal gyrus (IFG) on high-resolution MRIs in native space in 30 healthy subjects (15 female, median age 31 years; 15 male, median age 30 years), resulting in 30 individual atlases. Using standard software (SPM99), these were spatially transformed to a widely used stereotaxic space (MNI/ICBM 152) to create probabilistic maps. In native space, the total IFG volume was on average 5%, and the gray matter (GM) portion 12% larger in women (not significant… CONTINUE READING
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