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Related to Brodmann's areas: postcentral gyrus, Wernicke's area, Arcuate fasciculus
Etymology: Korbinian Brodmann, German anatomist, 1868-1918
specific occipital and preoccipital areas of the human cerebral cortex, distinguished by differences in the arrangement of their six cellular layers, and identified by number. They are considered to be the seat of specific functions of the brain.