Hello, I know that the sensory cortex in the postcentral gyrus collects sensory information from different parts of the body, but in all the drawings and explanations, I see that it only gathers information from the surface of the body. Which part of the brain gathers information from our organs and overall, internal parts of the body. I assume there are a lot of sensory, afferent nerves everywhere in the body. Is this a separate part of the brain that is in charge of these sensory inputs? Also, I gather that although we do have the ability to sense the pain in our stomach after we've eaten something, we don't have a motor area set-up in the brain to control the stomach "behavior", in the way that the precentral and postcentral gyruses (gyri?) seem to relate directly to each other. On that note, a side question: do these two gyruses actually relate directly between each other and in which way? It is one thing to have the ability to sense touching something with my right forefinger, but moving my forefinger is a separate process, but are these two neural processes right next to each other in the Cortical homunculus? (I hope I managed to express this one properly) Any thoughts welcome.