Inferior Frontal

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Triangular Part Of Inferior Frontal Gyrus
... is a region of the human cortex, located in the inferior frontal gyrus of the frontal lobe in the corresponding Brodmann area 45 ... The inferior frontal sulcus forms the superior boundary, the anterior horizontal ramus provides its inferior boundary, and the caudal boundary is made by the anterior ...
Inferior Frontal Sulcus
... The inferior frontal sulcus is a sulcus between the middle frontal gyrus and the inferior frontal gyrus ...
Music-related Memory - Semantic Vs. Episodic
... retrieval of semantic musical memory involved activation in the right inferior and middle frontal gyri, the superior and inferior right temporal gyri, the right anterior cingulate ... There was also some activation in the middle and inferior frontal gyri in the left hemisphere ... bilaterally in the middle and superior frontal gyri and the precuneus ...
Frontal Lobe - Anatomy
... brain, the central sulcus separates the frontal lobe from the parietal lobe ... The lateral sulcus separates the frontal lobe from the temporal lobe ... The frontal lobe can be divided into a lateral, polar, orbital (above the orbit also called basal or ventral), and medial part ...
Rhinoplasty - Anatomy of The Human Nose - The Structures of The Nose
... Frontal nerve — conveys sensation to the skin areas of the forehead and the scalp ... anterior (front) half of the nasal cavity (a) the internal areas of the ethmoid sinus and the frontal sinus and (b) the external areas, from the nasal tip to the rhinion ... Bony anatomy of the nose In the upper portion of the nose, the paired nasal bones attach to the frontal bone ...

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