Anatomical Dissections for Use in Neurosurgery: Vol. 1 by Prof. Dr. med. Wolfgang Seeger, PD Dr. Hans-Rudolf Eggert

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Or_"_xl _ sci sIlO LATERAL AND MEDIAL CORTEX CEREBRI L-I -----11 26 Fig. 13. Variations of Lobulus paracentralis (dark) and Gyrus cinguli (light). Seven dissections of different brains Lobulus paracentralis (dark): more variable than Gyrus cinguli-eiGyrus frontalis I -11- even more variable than Gyrus cinguli-ei- and Area subcallosa-asLobulus paracentralis and Gyrus frontalis I are neocortical structures. Area subcallosa and Gyrus cinguli are allocortical "limbic" and mesocortical structures.

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