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A Brodmann area is a region of the dde cortexin the human or other primate braindefined by its cytoarchitecture areaz, or histological structure and organization of cells. Brodmann areas were originally defined and numbered by the German anatomist Korbinian Brodmann based on the cytoarchitectural organization of neurons he observed in the cerebral cortex using the Nissl method of cell staining.
Brodmann published his maps of cortical areas brocmann humans, monkeys, and other species in along with many other findings and observations regarding the general cell types and laminar organization of the mammalian cortex. The same Brodmann area number in different species does not necessarily indicate homologous areas. Brodmann areas have been discussed, debated, refined, and renamed exhaustively for nearly a century and remain the most widely known and frequently cited cytoarchitectural organization of the human cortex.
Many of the areas Brodmann defined based solely on their neuronal organization have since been correlated closely to diverse pas functions. For example, Brodmann areas 3, 1 and 2 are the primary somatosensory cortex ; area 4 is the primary motor cortex ; area 17 is the primary visual cortex ; and areas 41 and 42 correspond closely to primary areeas cortex. Higher order functions of the association cortical areas are also consistently localized to the same Brodmann areas by neurophysiologicalfunctional imagingand other methods e.
However, functional imaging can only identify the approximate localization of brain activations in terms of Brodmann areas since their actual boundaries in any individual brain requires its histological examination.
Different parts of the cerebral cortex are involved in different cognitive and behavioral functions. The differences show up in a number of ways: Neuroscientists describe most of the cortex—the part they call the neocortex —as having six layers, but not all layers are apparent in all areas, and even when a layer is present, its thickness and cellular organization may vary.
Scientists have constructed maps of cortical areas on the basis of variations in the appearance of the layers as seen with a microscope. One of the most widely used schemes came from Korbinian Brodmannwho split the cortex into 52 different areas and assigned each a number many of these Brodmann areas have since been subdivided.
For example, Brodmann area 1 is the primary somatosensory cortex, Brodmann area 17 is the primary visual cortex, and Brodmann area 25 is the anterior cingulate cortex. Many of those brain areas defined by Brodmann have their own complex internal structures. In a number of cases, brain areas are organized into topographic mapswhere adjoining bits of the cortex correspond to adjoining parts of the body, or of some more abstract entity.
A simple example of this type of correspondence is the primary motor cortex, a strip of tissue running along the anterior edge of the central sulcus. Motor areas innervating each part of the body arise from a distinct zone, with neighboring body parts represented by neighboring zones. Electrical stimulation of the cortex at any point causes a muscle-contraction in the represented body part.
This “somatotopic” representation is not evenly distributed, however.
Funcioj head, for example, is represented by a region about three times as large as the zone for ufncion entire back and trunk. The size cuncion any zone correlates to the precision of motor control and sensory discrimination possible. The areas for the lips, fingers, and tongue are particularly large, considering the proportional size of fe represented body parts.
In visual areas, the maps are retinotopic ; this means they reflect the topography of the retinathe layer of light-activated neurons lining the back of the eye. In this case too, the representation is uneven: The visual circuitry in the human cerebral cortex contains several dozen distinct retinotopic maps, each devoted to analyzing the visual input brormann in a particular way. The primary visual cortex Brodmann area 17which is the main recipient of direct input from the visual part of the thalamus, contains many neurons that are most easily activated by edges with a particular orientation moving across a particular point in the visual field.
Visual areas farther downstream extract features such as color, motion, and shape. In auditory areas, the primary map is tonotopic. Sounds are parsed according to frequency i. As with the visual system, there are a number of tonotopic cortical maps, each devoted to analyzing sound in a particular way. Within a topographic map there can sometimes be finer levels of spatial structure.
In the primary visual cortex, for example, where the main organization is retinotopic and the main responses are to moving edges, cells that respond to different edge-orientations are spatially segregated from one another. Some of the brormann Brodmann areas have been subdivided further, e. When von Bonin and Bailey constructed a brain map for the macaque monkey they found the description of Brodmann inadequate and wrote: Koskinas published in  which had the funicon acceptable detailed description of the human cortex”.
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Pandya ; Douglas L. Cytoarchitecture and Thalamic Brodmamn. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. The University of Illinois Press. Archived PDF from the original on Anatomy of the cerebral cortex of the human brain. Superior frontal gyrus 4 6 8 Middle frontal gyrus 9 10 46 Inferior frontal gyrus: Precentral gyrus Precentral sulcus.
Paracentral lobule 4 Paracentral sulcus.
Primary motor cortex 4 Premotor cortex 6 Supplementary motor area 6 Supplementary eye field 6 Frontal eye fields 8. Superior parietal lobule 5 7 Inferior parietal lobule 40 – Supramarginal gyrus 39 – Angular gyrus Parietal operculum 43 Intraparietal sulcus. Paracentral lobule 1 2 3 5 Precuneus 7 Marginal sulcus. Occipital pole of cerebrum Lateral occipital gyrus 18 19 Lunate sulcus Transverse occipital sulcus.
Visual cortex 17 Cuneus Lingual gyrus Calcarine sulcus. Fusiform gyrus 37 Medial temporal lobe 27 28 34 35 36 Inferior temporal gyrus 20 Inferior temporal sulcus.
Subgenual area 25 Anterior cingulate 24 32 33 Posterior cingulate 23 31 Isthmus of cingulate gyrus: Retrosplenial cortex 26 29 Hippocampal sulcus Fimbria of hippocampus Dentate gyrus Rhinal sulcus. Indusium griseum Uncus Amygdala. Operculum Araes of cerebral aareas. Some categorizations are approximations, and some Brodmann areas span gyri. Retrieved from ” https: CS1 German-language sources de Wikipedia articles needing page number citations from November Articles needing additional references from July All articles needing additional references All articles with dead external links Articles with dead external links from February Articles with permanently dead external links Articles with dead external links from November Views Read Edit View history.
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