retinotopic map

retinotopic map 

Term referring to the fact that the precise spatial arrangement of the retina is maintained throughout the visual pathway. See lateral geniculate bodies; visual pathway.
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This area does not display the same cortical magnification as the primary visual cortex but it still maintains a retinotopic map of the visual scene in order to allow appropriate processing of signals.
In terms of a retinotopic map, neurons within V5 still represent the contralateral side of space like the primary visual cortex does.