Lateral Sulcus

The lateral sulcus (also called Sylvian fissure or lateral fissure) is one of the most prominent structures of the human brain.

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Temporopontine Fibers
... the temporopontine fibers, a component of the corticopontine tract, are lateral to the cerebrospinal fibers they originate in the temporal lobe and end in the nuclei pontis ... Tectospinal tract Peduncle (Ventral) Tegmentum White Sensory/ascending lemnisci (Medial, Lateral) · Ascending MLF (Vestibulo-oculomotor fibers) · Spinothalamic tract · Anterior trigeminothalamic tract ...
Brodmann Area 45
... Situated on the lateral surface, inferior to BA9 and adjacent to BA46 ... (H) and, surrounding the anterior horizontal limb of lateral sulcus (H), a portion of the orbital part of inferior frontal gyrus (H) ... Bounded caudally by the anterior ascending limb of lateral sulcus (H), it borders on the insula in the depth of the lateral sulcus ...
Lateral Sulcus - Additional Images
... Base of brain (lateral fissure visible at top left) Coronal section through mid-brain Posterior and inferior cornua of left lateral ventricle exposed from the side Drawing to illustrate the relations ...
Secondary Somatosensory Cortex
... region of cortex in the parietal operculum on the ceiling of the lateral sulcus ... human patients during neurosurgery by electrically stimulating the ceiling of the lateral sulcus, which lies adjacent to S1, and their findings were confirmed in 1979 by Woolsey et al ... The area that adjoins S1 at the entrance to the lateral sulcus is called the parietal ventral area (PV) ...