Thalamic Relay Functions and Their Role in Corticocortical Communication Generalizations from the Visual System

@article{Guillery2002ThalamicRF,
  title={Thalamic Relay Functions and Their Role in Corticocortical Communication Generalizations from the Visual System},
  author={Ray W. Guillery and S Murray Sherman},
  journal={Neuron},
  year={2002},
  volume={33},
  pages={163-175}
}
All neocortical areas receive thalamic inputs. Some thalamocortical pathways relay information from ascending pathways (first order thalamic relays) and others relay information from other cortical areas (higher order thalamic relays), thus serving a role in corticocortical communication. Most, possibly all, afferents reaching thalamus, ascending and cortical, are branches of axons that innervate lower (motor) centers, so that thalamocortical pathways can be viewed generally as monitors of… CONTINUE READING
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