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Central sulcus anatomy

Rees JHR - MedPix (2006)

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Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

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About 2/3 of the way back, the cingulate sulcus stops riding the cingulate gyrus and heads up and back to the brain surface... When the PM hits the superior brain surface, immediately in front of it is the paracentral lobule (5) which is the motor and sensory strip combined as they merge at the midline... Identify the long bilateral paramedian sulcus which travels roughly paralle to the interhemispheric midline fissure (IHF)... This is the superior frontal sulcus (SFS)(6)... You should see the motor strip (Precentral gyrus) going to the midline and wrapping around the end of the CS and fusing with the sensory strip (Postcentral gyrus) to form the paracentral lobule... 5 – Paracentral lobule (paramedian fusion of motor and sensory strips) 9 - Central sulcus 10 - Post central gyrus or sensory strip 11 – Hand motor area 12 – Hand sensory area HSA 12 - Salvador Dali’s moustache = Pars marginalis superior extent on axial view.

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Method for finding the central sulcus
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Central sulcus anatomy

Rees JHR - MedPix (2006)

Method for finding the central sulcus
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MPX2780_synpic33545: Method for finding the central sulcus

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Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

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About 2/3 of the way back, the cingulate sulcus stops riding the cingulate gyrus and heads up and back to the brain surface... When the PM hits the superior brain surface, immediately in front of it is the paracentral lobule (5) which is the motor and sensory strip combined as they merge at the midline... Identify the long bilateral paramedian sulcus which travels roughly paralle to the interhemispheric midline fissure (IHF)... This is the superior frontal sulcus (SFS)(6)... You should see the motor strip (Precentral gyrus) going to the midline and wrapping around the end of the CS and fusing with the sensory strip (Postcentral gyrus) to form the paracentral lobule... 5 – Paracentral lobule (paramedian fusion of motor and sensory strips) 9 - Central sulcus 10 - Post central gyrus or sensory strip 11 – Hand motor area 12 – Hand sensory area HSA 12 - Salvador Dali’s moustache = Pars marginalis superior extent on axial view.

No MeSH data available.