The inferior longitudinal fasciculus: a reexamination in humans and monkeys.

@article{Tusa1985TheIL,
  title={The inferior longitudinal fasciculus: a reexamination in humans and monkeys.},
  author={Ronald J. Tusa and Leslie G. Ungerleider},
  journal={Annals of neurology},
  year={1985},
  volume={18 5},
  pages={
          583-91
        }
}
The inferior longitudinal fasciculus is commonly considered to be a long association fiber bundle interconnecting the occipital and temporal lobes. Based on blunt dissections of human and monkey brains, we have found that the only long fiber bundle common to both the occipital and temporal lobes is the geniculostriate pathway (i.e., optic radiations), located within the external sagittal stratum. In addition, our autoradiographic experiments indicate that the pathway from the occipital to the… CONTINUE READING
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