Baillarger lines

Bail·lar·ger lines

(bī'ahr-zhā),
two laminae of white fibers that course parallel to the surface of the cerebral cortex and are visible as the stria of the internal pyramidal layer [TA] in cortical layer V (outer line) and the stria of the internal granular layer [TA] in cortical layer IV (inner line) that appear in myelin-stained sections cut perpendicularly to the surface; the line of Gennari in the calcarine cortex represents the outer of these lines.

Bail·lar·ger lines

, Baillarger bands (bī-yahr-zhā' līnz, bandz)
Two laminae of white fibers that course parallel to the surface of the cerebral cortex and are visible as the stria of the internal pyramidal layer in cortical layer V (outer line) and the stria of the internal granular layer in cortical layer IV (inner line); the line of Gennari in the calcarine cortex represents the outer of these lines.

Baillarger,

Jules Gabriel François, French neurologist, 1809-1890.
Baillarger bands - Synonym(s): Baillarger lines
Baillarger lines - two laminae of white fibers that course parallel to the surface of the cerebral cortex. Synonym(s): Baillarger bands
Baillarger sign - in cases of partial or incomplete paralysis, inequality of the pupils may occur.
Baillarger striae
Baillarger stripes
Baillarger syndrome