calcarine


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calcarine

(ˈkælˌkəraɪn)
adj
resembling, related to, or having a calcar
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In the medial view, the black dotted line highlights the calcarine sulcus, where the primary visual cortex is located.
A brain imaging study found that the areas of the brain most vulnerable to the toxic effects of mercury are the calcarine region, pre- and postcentral gyri, and the temporal transverse gyrus (Taber & Hurley, 2008).
Researchers proved for the first time that part of the calcarine cortex, which is normally used for seeing, can translate sounds as if they are images.