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DescriptionEdit

Brodmann area 20

BA20 is in the ventral temporal lobe. The image shows the underside of the brain, viewed from directly below.

The brain's surface is extracted from structural MRI data (Wellcome Dept. Imaging Neuroscience, UCL, UK). The Brodmann Area data is based on information from the online Talairach demon (an electronic version of Talairach and Tournoux, 1988).

These images were created using Blender and Matlab.

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ReferencesEdit

Talairach, J., and Tournoux, P. Co-Planar Stereotactic Atlas of the Human Brain., New York: Thieme, 1988.

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