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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... medial orbital border separates the medial surface of the frontal lobe from its or- bital surface . It is the basal ... surface 10. Tentorium 11. Calcarine sulcus 12. Medial occipital border 13. Parahippocampal gyrus 14. Posterior ...
... medial or the convex and basal surfaces . The bound- aries are formed by natural structures such as the sulci , or by artificial lines . Such lines are the lateral parietotemporal and the temporo- occipital lines on the convex surface ...
... 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 , 3 , 4 - medial occipital ...
Types of sulcal Connections
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