inferior occipital white matter
Acronym: iow
The term inferior occipital white matter refers to the part of occipital lobe white matter that is located beneath the inferior occipital gyrus as defined by stains for Nissl substance and myelin in the human ( Oishi-2009 ) and the macaque ( BrainInfo-2001).

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