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Author Darian-Smith, I. (Ian)

Title The Anatomy of Manual Dexterity [electronic resource] : the New Connectivity of the Primate Sensorimotor Thalamus and Cerebral Cortex / by Ian Darian-Smith, Mary P. Galea, Corinna Darian-Smith, Michio Sugitani, Andrew Tan, Kathleen Burman.

Published Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1996.

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Physical description 1 online resource (viii, 142 pages 51 illustrations, 18 illustrations in color.).
Series Advances in Anatomy Embryology and Cell Biology, 0301-5556 ; 133
Advances in anatomy, embryology, and cell biology ; 133.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (p. 121-140) and index.
Summary The macaque monkey uses the hand to grasp, digitally explore, and identify objects within reach, and to use them intelligently. This review is focused on the topography and connections of some of the neuron populations that determine this manual dexterity. Corticospinal, thalamocortical, and ipsilateral corticocortical neuron populations have been selected because of their obvious relevance to the use of the hand, and also because of their structural and functional interdependence. In the last decade these neuron populations have been analyzed using modern axon tracer techniques, single neuron recording in the alert monkey, and PET, resulting in a serious reconsideration of their structural and functional organization, and their roles in voluntary action. This review critically examines some of the new ideas triggered by these observations.
Other author Galea, Mary P.
Darian-Smith, Corinna.
Sugitani, Michio.
Tan, Andrew.
Burman, Kathleen.
Subject Medicine.
Human physiology.
Neurosciences.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9783642611612 (electronic bk.)
3642611613 (electronic bk.)
9783540611110
3540611118