In the anatomy of the precentral gyrus (motor cortex) there is a a specific area is known for its role in hand movement control. What is the distinctive shape of this area?

In the anatomy of the precentral gyrus (motor cortex) there is a  a specific area is known for its role in hand movement control. What is the distinctive shape of this area?

In the anatomy of the precentral gyrus (motor cortex) there is a a specific area is known for its role in hand movement control. What is the distinctive shape of this area?

The "hand knob" area in the motor cortex (precentral gyrus) is distinctive for its omega or epsilon shape. This area represents the hand in the motor homunculus, responsible for hand and fingers movement.

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