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Legend: Auditory Cortex Location - Comparison Between Control Subject and WS Subject
Citation: Wengenroth M, Blatow M, Bendszus M, Schneider P (2010) Leftward Laterlization of Auditory Cortex Underlies Holistic Sound Perception in Williams Syndrome. PLoS ONE 5(8): e12326. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0012326
Original Legend: Figure 2. Anatomical landmarks of the auditory cortex.
Auditory cortex (AC) of one control person (a–c) and one WS subject (d–e). Sagittal MR image at TAL x = 50 (a,d: left side of the image is the anterior part of the brain). Segmented STG (b,e) including Heschl's gyrus (HG; marked orange), planum temporale (PT; marked yellow) and two posterior duplications of HG in the WS subject (D; marked green). Three-dimensional surface reconstruction of right AC (c,f) reveals anatomical features and individual peculiarities such as D (f) or medial Heschl's sulcus (mHS; c). FTS = first transverse sulcus; HS = Heschl's sulcus; aSTG = anterior superior temporal gyrus.
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