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Fig. 5. Cortical and subcortical pathways for visual inputs. Orange arrows describe parvocellular pathways conveying fine (high spatial frequency) visual information, whereas blue arrows describe magnocellular pathways conveying coarse (low spatial frequency) information. Parvocellular inputs reach the striate cortex and project to ventral occipital regions, including the fusiform gyrus. Magnocellular inputs project more dorsally toward the parietal cortex and, to a lesser extent, also toward the ventral occipital cortex. Another magnocellular pathway reaches the amygdala via a subcortical colliculus-pulvinar projection. Fusiform and amygdala are reciprocally connected. resol.: resolution, Amygd.: amygdala, Occ.: occipital cortex. Reproduced from Corradi-Dell’acqua et al. Front Hum Neurosci 2014;8:189 [136].
J Korean Acad Child Adolesc Psychiatry 2020;31:105-20
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