A

Middle frontal gyrus (F2)

Corpus callosum, body

Corona radiata

Inferior frontal gyrus (F3), pars operculars

Frontal operculum

Septum pellucidum

Short insular gyrus

Corpus callosum, rostrum

Anterior cerebral artery

Optic nerve

Superior frontal gyrus (F1)

Middle frontal gyrus (F2)

Corpus callosum, body

Superior precentral sulcus

Frontal horn of lateral ventricle

Short insular gyrus

Superior temporal gyrus (TD

Superior temporal sulcus

Middle temporal gyrus (T2)

Inferior temporal gyrus (13)

Uncus

Optic chiasm Pituitary gland

Septum pellucidum

Paraterminal gyrus (septal nuclei)

Precentral gyrus

Central or rolandic operculum

Lateral fissure of Sylvius

Middle cerebral artery

Internal carotid artery

Pituitary stalk

Septum pellucidum

Paraterminal gyrus (septal nuclei)

Superior frontal gyrus (F1)

Superior frontal sulcus

Middle frontal gyrus (F2)

Superior precentrai sulcus

Precentrai gyrus

Subcentral gyrus

Circular insular sulcus

Short insular gyrus

Long insular gyrus

Anterior perforated substance

Anterior commissure

Optic recess of the third ventricle

Optic tract Entorhinal area Fusiform gyrus (T4)

■ . Longitudinal fissure

^ Cingulate sulcus

Cingulate gyrus

. Corpuscallosum, body

J^. Corona radiata

Frontal horn of lateral ventricle

- Column of fornix

Central or rolandic r operculum

Lateral Assure of Sylvius

Superior temporal sulcus

Superior temporal gyrus (T1)

Middle temporal gyrus (T2)

Inferior temporal gyrus (T3)

Gyrus ambiens

Collateral sulcus (medial temporo-occipital incisure}

Superior frontal sulcus Middle frontal gyrus (F2)

Gyrus amblens Entorhinal area Collateral sulcus

[medial temporo-occipltal incisure)

Superior frontal gyrus (Fl)

Corpus callosum, body

Corona radiata

Body of fornix Third ventricle

Circular insular sulcus

Short insular gyrus Long insular gyrus

Semilunar gyrus Hippocampus Optic tract Basilar artery

Superior frontal sulcus Middle frontal gyrus (F2)

Gyrus amblens Entorhinal area Collateral sulcus

[medial temporo-occipltal incisure)

Superior precentral / sulcus j Precentral gyrus

Central or rolandic / operculum

, Subcentral gyrus

Lateral fissure / of Sylvius

Superior temporal gyrus (TI)

Superior temporal / sulcus

Middle temporal gyrus (T2)

Inferior temporal " sulcus

^ Inferior temporal gyrus (T3)

v Temporal horn of lateral ventricle

\ Lateral temporo-occipital incisure v Fusiform gyrus (T4)

Cingulate sulcus Cingulate gyrus Body of fornix -4

Body of lateral ventricle

Third ventricle

Short insular gyrus

Long insular gyrus Hippocampus

Inferior temporal sulcus

Vertebral arteries

Cingulate sulcus Cingulate gyrus Body of fornix -4

Body of lateral ventricle

Third ventricle

Short insular gyrus

Long insular gyrus Hippocampus

Inferior temporal sulcus

Vertebral arteries

Parahlppocampal gyrus (T5) Collateral sulcus

(medial temporo-o capita I incisure)

Parahlppocampal gyrus (T5) Collateral sulcus

(medial temporo-o capita I incisure)

Superior frontal gyrus (F1)

Superior frontal sulcus

Middle frontal gyrus (F2)

Superior precentral sulcus

— Precentral gyrus

Circular insular sulcus

Central or rolandic operculum

Lateral fissure of Sylvius

Superior temporal gyrus (T1)

Superior temporal sulcus

\ Middle temporal gyrus (T2)

Inferior temporal gyrus (T3)

Lateral occipitotemporal sulcus

Temporal horn of lateral ventricle

Fusiform gyrus (T4)

Superior frontal gyrus [F1)

Precentral gyrus

Central sulcus

Postcentral gyrus

Body of lateral ventricle

Central orrolandic operculum

Posterior transverse temporal gyrus

Superior temporal gyrus fit)

Anterior transverse temporal gyrus

Superior temporal sulcus

Middle temporal gyrus (J2J

Inferior temporal sulcus

Inferior temporal gyrus CT3}

Superior sagittal sinus

Longitudinal Assure

Lateral ternporo-occipital sulcus Fusiform gyrus (T4) Parahlppocampal gyrus (T5)

Superior sagittal sinus

Longitudinal Assure

Superior precentral sulcus

Cingulate sulcus

Cingulate gyrus

Corona radiata

Corpus callosum, Isthmus

Lateral fissure of Sylvius

Circular insular sulcus

Short insular gyrus Long insular gyrus Third ventricle Head of hippocampus

Internal cerebral vein

Clngulate gyrus

Corpus callosum, isthmus

Body of lateral ventricle

Fornix

Lateral fissure of Sylvius

Corona radlata

Temporal lobe

Hippocampus

Posterior commissure

Superior colliculus

Cerebral aqueduct of Sylvius

Internal cerebral vein

Superior frontal gyrus (Fl)

Precentral gyrus Central gyrus Postcentral gyrus Intraparieta! sulcus Cingulate sulcus Supramarginal gyrus Parietal operculum

Superior temporal gyrus (T1)

Superior temporal sulcus

Middle temporal gyrus (T2)

Inferior temporal gyrus (T3)

Fusiform gyrus (T4)

Parahippocampal gyrus (TS)

Superior frontal gyrus (FT)

Precentral gyrus Central sulcus

Postcentral gyrus

Intraparietal sulcus

Supramarginal gyrus

Lateral fissure of Sylvius

Planum temporale

Superior temporal gyrus (Tl)

Middle temporal gyrus (T2)

Tail of hippocampus

Inferior temporal gyrus (T3)

Lateral temporo-occipital sulcus

Fusiform gyrus (T4)

Collateral sulcus (medial témpora-occipital incisure)

Parahippocampal gyrus (T5)

Cingulate sulcus

Cingulate gyrus

Corpus callosum, splenium

Body of lateral ventricle

Fornix

Cistern of the transverse fissure

Pineal gland Superior colliculus Inferior colliculus Fourth ventricle

Median sulcus of fourth ventricle

Precentral gyrus

Central sulcus

Postcentral gyrus

Intraparietal sulcus

Supramarginal gyrus

Choroid plexus of lateral ventricle

Superior temporal gyrus CD

Isthmus

Middle temporal gyrus 0"2)

Inferior temporal gyrus fT3)

Lateral temporo-occlpltal sulcus

Fusiform gyrus (T4)

Collateral sulcus (medial temporo-occipital incisure}

Parahippocampal gyrus (T5)

Collateral sulcus (medial temporo-occipital incisure}

Parahippocampal gyrus (T5)

Paracentral lobule

Cingulate sulcus, marginal segment

Parietal lobe Cingulate gyrus

Sulcus of corpus callosum

Lateral fissure of Sylvius

Atrium of lateral ventricle

Corpus callosum, splenium

Tail of hippocampus

Guacfrigeminal cistern at.

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