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Korbinian Brodmann is best remembered for his classification of cortical areas based on cytoarchitecture. Although first presented in , Brodmann's "mapping" continues to be the lingua franca of cortical localization and his writings on this topic have become neurological classics.

Many of his areas have gone on to be associated with various nervous functions such as hearing areas 41 and 42 and vision areas 17 and Few textbooks of neurology, neuroanatomy, or neurosurgery fail to mention the important maps produced by Brodmann that are still used today. The present article discusses the life and influence of Korbinian Brodmann on our understanding of the human brain.

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Korbinian Brodmann is best remembered for his classification of cortical areas based on cytoarchitecture. Although first presented in , Brodmann's "mapping" continues to be the lingua franca of cortical localization and his writings on this topic have become neurological classics. Many of his areas have gone on to be associated with various nervous functions such as hearing areas 41 and 42 and vision areas 17 and Few textbooks of neurology, neuroanatomy, or neurosurgery fail to mention the important maps produced by Brodmann that are still used today. The present article discusses the life and influence of Korbinian Brodmann on our understanding of the human brain. This site needs JavaScript to work properly.

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Korbinian Brodmann (1868–1918)

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Korbinian Brodmann

Korbinian Brodmann 17 November — 22 August was a German neurologist who became famous for mapping the cerebral cortex and defining 52 distinct regions, known as Brodmann areas , based on their cytoarchitectonic histological characteristics. Brodmann was born in Liggersdorf , Province of Hohenzollern. He received a doctor of medicine degree from the University of Leipzig in , with a thesis on chronic ependymal sclerosis. There, he met Alois Alzheimer , who was influential in his decision to pursue basic neuroscience research. Famously, this book contained the first map of the cerebral cortex based on regional variations in structure.

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Korbinian Brodmann (1868-1918) and His Contributions to Mapping the Cerebral Cortex

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