Structural and functional integration between dorsal and ventral language streams as revealed by blunt dissection and direct electrical stimulation.

@article{Sarubbo2016StructuralAF,
  title={Structural and functional integration between dorsal and ventral language streams as revealed by blunt dissection and direct electrical stimulation.},
  author={Silvio Sarubbo and Alessandro De Benedictis and Stefano Merler and Emmanuel Mandonnet and Mattia Barbareschi and Monica Dallabona and Franco Chioffi and Hugues Duffau},
  journal={Human brain mapping},
  year={2016},
  volume={37 11},
  pages={
          3858-3872
        }
}
The most accepted framework of language processing includes a dorsal phonological and a ventral semantic pathway, connecting a wide network of distributed cortical hubs. However, the cortico-subcortical connectivity and the reciprocal anatomical relationships of this dual-stream system are not completely clarified. We performed an original blunt microdissection of 10 hemispheres with the exposition of locoregional short fibers and six long-range fascicles involved in language elaboration… CONTINUE READING
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