Visual Cortex Diagram?


The Visual cortex, also referred to as striate cortex, is a part of the brain that is responsible for vision in humans. The visual cortex is located on the back side of the brain in the occipital lobes, behind the parietal and temporal lobes. A visual cortex diagram can be used to map out the five different sections of the visual cortex in either of the occipital lobes. The occipital lobes are the smallest sections of the human cerebral cortex and generally contain the primary visual cortex found in most mammals.
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