Internal granular layer (cerebral cortex)
|Internal granular layer|
|Latin||lamina granularis interna|
|Anatomical terms of neuroanatomy|
The internal granular layer of the cortex, also commonly referred to as the granular layer of the cortex, is the layer IV in the subdivision of the mammalian cortex into 6 layers. The adjective internal is used in opposition to the external granular layer of the cortex.
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