By Bradley S. Bowden
An Illustrated Atlas of the Skeletal muscular tissues , 3rd version is designed as a practical reference, complement, and learn consultant for college students and well-being execs with a extensive range of pursuits within the basic constitution and serve as of skeletal-muscular structures.
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The cingulate sulcus and the subparietal sulcus form the superior border of the cingulate gyrus. This is limbic cortex, Brodmann's field 24 in the anterior half and field 23 in the posterior. Further back, in the superior section of the posterior half, there is also Brodmann's field 31 and even further back, in the retrosplenial region (Sp), there are Brodmann's fields 26, 29, and 30. Above the subparietal sulcus and between the parieto-occipital sulcus (posteriorly) and the ascending branch of the cingulate sulcus (anteriorly) lies the mesial parietal region or precuneus (preCun).
2-11, 2-12). The insula is limited by the circular sulcus. The insula is divided into anterior and posterior sectors. Located anteriorly we find the anterior or short insular sulci, which serve as limits to the anterior or short insular gyri; posteriorly we find the posterior or long insular suki, which limit the posterior or long insular gyri. In Figures 2-7,2-8, and 2-9, the dotted lines delineate the approximate limits of Brodmann's cytoarchitectonic regions. It is important to realize that no visible landmarks correspond to these borders.
Two additional sulci should be identified: on the lateral surface of the frontal lobe, the superior frontal sukus (SFS) and the inferior frontal sulcus (IFS). Both course in a postero-anterior direction, beginning at about the precentral sulcus but not necessarily connected to it, and are essentially parallel to each other. The superior frontal sulcus is as often continuous as discontinuous. The best views to examine the SFS are superior and anterior (Figs. 2-5, 2-7). In Dolicho and Brachi-1, the SFS is discontinuous in both hemispheres, but in Brachi-2, it is continuous in the right hemisphere and discontinuous in the left.