Tatsuji Inouye: the mind’s eye
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The name Tatsuji Inouye is relatively unknown in the West. This prominent Japanese scientist was one of the first to thoroughly study the visual cortex and to map its gyri. Inouye was also a caring physician who wanted only the best for his patients.
In the present review, we discuss the life of Tatsuji Inouye and his significant contributions to our current understanding of the visual cortex.
KeywordsAnatomy Occipital cortex Japan History Visual cortex Vision
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