Topographical functional connectivity pattern in the perisylvian language networks.

@article{Xiang2010TopographicalFC,
  title={Topographical functional connectivity pattern in the perisylvian language networks.},
  author={Hua-Dong Xiang and Hubert M. J. Fonteijn and David G. Norris and Peter Hagoort},
  journal={Cerebral cortex},
  year={2010},
  volume={20 3},
  pages={549-60}
}
We performed a resting-state functional connectivity study to investigate directly the functional correlations within the perisylvian language networks by seeding from 3 subregions of Broca's complex (pars opercularis, pars triangularis, and pars orbitalis) and their right hemisphere homologues. A clear topographical functional connectivity pattern in the left middle frontal, parietal, and temporal areas was revealed for the 3 left seeds. This is the first demonstration that a functional… CONTINUE READING

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