User Tools

Site Tools


brodmann_area

Brodmann area

A Brodmann area is a region of the cerebral cortex, in the human or other primate brain, defined by its cytoarchitecture, or histological structure and organization of cells.

Based on the universally used brain map created by Korbinian Brodmann to define the structures in the cerebral cortex.

Brodmann area 1

Brodmann area 2

Brodmann area 3

Brodmann area 4

Brodmann area 5

Brodmann area 6

Area 7 – Somatosensory Association Cortex

Area 8 – Includes Frontal eye fields

Area 9 – Dorsolateral prefrontal cortex

Area 10 – Anterior prefrontal cortex (most rostral part of superior and middle frontal gyri)

Area 11 – Orbitofrontal area (orbital and rectus gyri, plus part of the rostral part of the superior frontal gyrus)

Area 12 – Orbitofrontal area (used to be part of BA11, refers to the area between the superior frontal gyrus and the inferior rostral sulcus)

Area 13 and Area 14* – Insular cortex

Area 15 – Anterior Temporal Lobe

Brodmann area 17

Area 18 – Secondary visual cortex (V2)

Area 19 – Associative visual cortex (V3)

Area 20 – Inferior temporal gyrus

Area 21 – Middle temporal gyrus

Area 22 – Superior temporal gyrus, of which the caudal part is usually considered to contain the Wernicke’s area

Area 23 – Ventral Posterior cingulate cortex

Area 24 – Ventral Anterior cingulate cortex.

Area 25 – Subgenual cortex (part of the Ventromedial prefontal cortex)

Area 26 – Ectosplenial portion of the retrosplenial region of the cerebral cortex

Area 27 – Piriform cortex

Area 28 – Posterior Entorhinal Cortex

Area 29 – Retrosplenial cingulate cortex

Area 30 – Part of cingulate cortex

Area 31 – Dorsal Posterior cingulate cortex

Area 32 – Dorsal anterior cingulate cortex

Area 33 – Part of anterior cingulate cortex

Area 34 – Anterior Entorhinal Cortex (on the Parahippocampal gyrus)

Area 35 – Perirhinal cortex (on the Parahippocampal gyrus)

Area 36 – Parahippocampal cortex (on the Parahippocampal gyrus)

Area 37 – Fusiform gyrus

Area 38 – Temporopolar area (most rostral part of the superior and middle temporal gyri)

Brodmann area 39

Brodmann area 40

Brodmann area 41

Brodmann area 42

Area 43 – Primary gustatory cortex

Brodmann area 44

Area 45 – pars triangularis Broca’s area

Area 46 – Dorsolateral prefrontal cortex

Area 47 – Inferior prefontal gyrus

Area 48 – Retrosubicular area (a small part of the medial surface of the temporal lobe)

Area 49 – Parasubiculum area in a rodent

Area 52 – Parainsular area (at the junction of the temporal lobe and the insula)

brodmann_area.txt · Last modified: 2019/08/12 12:24 by administrador