Atlas of the Cerebral Sulci
An atlas devoted exclusively to the anatomical descriptions and relationships of the cortical sulci has not previously been published. Ostensibly, it would seem an insurmountable task to classify the myriad sulcal patterns that exist upon the cortical surface. However, basic recurring themes can be identified in general terms, and trends in individual variabilities can be categorized... Chad D. Abernathey, M.D.
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... lateral parietotemporal line . The frontal lobe includes approximately one - third of the entire hemispheric surface . On the lateral surface it extends from the frontal pole to the central sulcus , and is sep- arated from the temporal ...
... Lateral Surface In this and the following three chapters , the on a rubberized model for opening the sulci . inner structures of the sulci are demonstrated 2 8 A B C D Δ Figure ... Lateral Surface Frontal Lobe Parietal and occipital Lobes.
... surface , 198-200 - lateral surface , 194-7 - medial surface , 201-8 middle cerebral , 194-200 , 209-11 posterior cerebral , 196 , 200 , 201 , 206 , 207 , 208 - Sylvian fissure , 209–11 B borders of the cerebral hemispheres dorsomedial ...
Types of sulcal Connections
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