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Superior frontal gyrus (Fl)

Middle frontal gyrus (F2)

Inferior frontal gyrus (F3), pars triangularis

Inferior frontal gyrus (F3), pars operculars

Precentral gyrus

Central sulcus

Postcentral gyrus

Insula

Lateral fissure of Sylvius

Transverse temporal gyrus

Superior temporal gyrus (T1)

Superior temporal sulcus

Optic radiations

Middle temporal gyrus (T2)

Transverse occipital sulcus

Cingulate sulcus

Cingulate gyrus

Corpus catfosum, genu

Frontal horn of lateral ventricle

Vertical ramus of lateral fissure of Sylvius

■ Septum pellucidum Fornix, body Internal cerebral vein

- Crus fornicis

Corpus callosum, spienium

Atrium of lateral ventricle

Parietooccipital fissure

- Cingulate gyrus Cuneus (06)

Cingulate sulcus

Cingulate gyrus

Corpus callosum, genu

Frontal horn of lateral ventricle

Vertical ramus of lateral fissure of Sylvius

Fornix, body

Internal cerebral vein

Choroid plexus of lateral ventricle

Atrium of lateral ventricle

Corpus callosum, splenium

Cingulate gyrus

Precuneus (PI)

Parietooccipital fissure

Cuneus (06)

Superior frontal sulcus

Middle frontal gyrus (F2)

Inferior frontal gyrus (F3), pars triangularis

Inferior frontal gyrus (F3), pars operculars

Inferior preeentral sulcus

Preeentral gyrus

Central sulcus

Insula

Postcentral gyrus

Lateral fissure of Sylvius

Superior temporal gyrus (Tl)

Middle temporal gyrus (02)

Transverse temporal sulcus

Cingulate sulcus

Cingulate gyrus

Corpus callosum, genu

Frontal horn of lateral ventricle

Vertical ramus of lateral fissure of Sylvius

Fornix, body

Internal cerebral vein

Choroid plexus of lateral ventricle

Atrium of lateral ventricle

Corpus callosum, splenium

Cingulate gyrus

Precuneus (PI)

Parietooccipital fissure

Cuneus (06)

Superior frontal gyrus(Fl)

Superior frontal sulcus

Middle frontal gyrus (F2)

Inferior frontal gyrus (F3), pars triangularis

Vertical ramus of lateral fissure of Sylvius

Inferior frontal gyrus (F3), pars operculars

Inferior precentral sulcus

Precentral gyrus

Central sulcus

Postcentral gyrus

Lateral fissure of Sylvius

Superior temporal gyrus (Tl)

Middle occipital gyrus (02)

Transverse occipital gyrus

Superior occipital gyrus (01)

Superior frontal " gyrus (Fl)

l_ Cingulate sulcus

Cingulate gyrus

Corpus callosum, genu

_ Septuin pellucidunn

- Insula Corona radlata Atrium of lateral ventricle

- Corpus callosum, splenlum

" Cingulate gyrus

Parietooccipital fissure

Cingulate sulcus Corona radiata Precentral sulcus

Inferior precentral gyrus

Central sulcus

Postcentral gyrus

Supramarginal gyrus

Lateral fissure, posterior segment

Supramarginal gyrus

Superior temporal sulcus

Angular gyrus

Intraoccipital sulcus

Superior sagittal sinus

Superior frontal gyrus (F!)

Superior frontal sulcus

Middle frontal gyrus (F2)

L, Inferior frontal sulcus

I s. Inferior frontal gyrus (F3)

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