internal pyramidal layer
The term internal pyramidal layer is a cytoarchitectural term denoting the innermost layer of cerebral cortex in which pyramidal cells predominate. In neocortex it is layer V ( Carpenter-1983 ).

Also known as: Layer V, Lamina ganglionaris, Lamina VNeuroNames ID : 2450

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