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Note the course of sulci and the course of fibers * • Fiber preparations are possible after deep freezing of the brain (-10 C). /-""'l Sultus - ---::::::' ttntr~IIS LATERAL AND MEDIAL CORTEX CEREBRI L-I 142 ---J Fig. 21 to 22. Superficial dissection of medial surface of the hemisphere Fig. 21 1 Resection of parts of first frontal gyrus, of Lobulus paracentralis and of Praecuneus 2 Incision between Area subcallosa and Gyrus cinguli. ) 5 Resection of posterior part of Gyrus cinguli. Now Isthmus gyri cinguli, Gyrus dentatus-de- and Gyrus fasciolaris-fa- are visible 6 Temporal basal resection lateral from Gyrus parahippocampalis 7 Retraction of Isthmus gyri cinguli for demonstration of Gyrus fasciolaris (Fasciola cinerea) and Fornix Ad 2: Operations on aneurysms of A.
Dissection in the depth of the hemisphere. Fig. 23 lto 5 Resection of dorsal portions of the frontal lobe. Preservation of the edge of the hemisphere at Sulcus longitudinalis. : 2 cm Distance of frontal pole and Foramen interventriculare (Monroi): 7 cm This measurement may be considered at brain resection 47 ~----======================--I ======================== _ FIG. 23 CI ~-- 7cm---=- ~ r ,) BASAL GANGLIA, LATERAL AND 3RD VENTRICLEL-I Fig. 24 6 to 7 Stepwise opening of Cornu ant. - I FIG. 24 BASAL GANGLIA, LATERAL AND 3RD VENTRICLEI-I -----ll 50 Fig.
12 "(I - va rIa n t I s... ::or_"_xl _ sci sIlO LATERAL AND MEDIAL CORTEX CEREBRI L-I -----11 26 Fig. 13. Variations of Lobulus paracentralis (dark) and Gyrus cinguli (light). Seven dissections of different brains Lobulus paracentralis (dark): more variable than Gyrus cinguli-eiGyrus frontalis I -11- even more variable than Gyrus cinguli-ei- and Area subcallosa-asLobulus paracentralis and Gyrus frontalis I are neocortical structures. Area subcallosa and Gyrus cinguli are allocortical "limbic" and mesocortical structures.