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Fig. 1. Vertical section of the visual cortex of man

Calcarine sulcus, stained by Nissl's method — semi-schematlc.

1. Pleziform layer. 2. Layer of small pyramids. 3. Layer of medium-sized pyramids. 4. Layer of large stellate cells. 6. Layer of small stellate cells. 6. Second plexiform layer, or layer of small pyramids with arched axon. 7. Layer of giant pyramids. 8. Layer of medium-sized pyramidal cells with ascending axon. 9. Layer of fusiform and triangular cells.

1899 Human Sensory Cortex: 1. The Visual Cortex | 2. Layer of the Large Stellate Cells | 3. The Sensori-Motor Cortex | Figures | Cajal
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