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대뇌전두엽안와부(Brodmann 제11피질분야) 뇌구벽부의 세포구축학적 연구
Studies on the Cytoarchitectonics of the Orbital area(Brodmann's Area of 11) of the Korean Cerebral Hemisphere

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Authors
이정호; 이광호; 이명복
Issue Date
1970-06-01
Publisher
서울대학교 의과대학
Citation
Seoul J Med 1970;11(2):1-23
Abstract
This investigation is a study on the Cvtoarchiectonics
of the wall of the cerebral sulcus in Orbital area
of 121 Korean brains (68 brains of the male, from the
newborn to the age of 85, 53 brains of the female
from the newborn to the age of 61).
The thickness of the total cortex and each cortical
layer. the relative neuron density and the relative glia
density in ClOO,u)3 of each cortical layer and the relative
total neuron and glia densities of the cortex were
observed. and the results were summerized as follows;
1. The mean thickness of the cortex in the 0-1 year
group was 1. 43-1. 83mm. which was 80-86% of
the adult cortex thickness and increased to 1. 701.
77mm. in the 2-5 year group which was 98%
of the adult and thereafter it increased to the mean thickness of the adult cortex in the 6-10 year group and thereafter it was relatively stable. The mean thickness of the adult cortex was
year group and thereafter it was relatively stable.
Department 0/ Anatomy, College 0/ Medicine
Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea.
1.77mm. The thickness of the cortex increased
rapidly as the brain weight increased to 1, 1001,
1999ms and thereafter it became to decrease.
2. The highest neuron density in the 0-1 year group
decreased rapidly to the adult mean value in the
6-10 year group and thereafter it was relatively
stable. The mean neuron density of the adult
Language
Korean
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10371/8223
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College of Medicine/School of Medicine (의과대학/대학원)Dept. of Medicine (의학과)The Seoul Journal of MedicineThe Seoul Journal of Medicine Vol. 11 No.2 (1970)
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