Eloquent cortex

Eloquent cortex is a term that refers to specific brain areas that directly controls function, thus damage to this areas generally produces major focal neurological deficits. Examples of eloquent cortex are: 

Functional MRI is generally utilised to map these areas when planning a tumour resection. 

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