Figure 1.

Premotor areas represented on a two-dimensional map of the cortex. On the left, surface view of the anterior part of the right hemisphere. The rectangle indicates the cortical region flattened and shown on the right. On the 2-D map, sulci are represented by shaded zones, the dashed lines indicate the fundus of the sluci. The premotor subdivisions are defined on the basis of SMI-32 staining (see text). Abbreviations: Ar, arcuate sulcus; Ce, central sulcus; CgG, cingulate gyrus; Ci, cingulate sulcus; CMA-d, r and v, dorsal rostral and ventral parts of the cingulate motor area, respectively; P = sulcus principalis; M1, primary motor cortex; PMd-c, r, caudal and rostral parts of the dorsal premotor cortex; PMv-c, r, caudal and rostral parts of the ventral premotor cortex; pre-SMA, rostral part of the SMA; SMA-proper, caudal part of the SMA.

Boussaoud et al. BMC Neuroscience 2005 6:67   doi:10.1186/1471-2202-6-67
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