Thalamic connections of the dorsomedial visual area in primates.

  title={Thalamic connections of the dorsomedial visual area in primates.},
  author={Pam D. Beck and Jon H. Kaas},
  journal={The Journal of comparative neurology},
  volume={396 3},
The dorsomedial visual area (DM) of owl monkeys is a cortical area that has been described recently in a range of primate species. To study the thalamic connections of this area, injections of several distinguishable neuroanatomical tracers were placed into DM in galagos, owl monkeys, squirrel monkeys, and macaque monkeys. The distribution of label was remarkably consistent across these diverse primate species. Labeled connections were densest within the pulvinar complex. Both the lateral and… CONTINUE READING


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