Inferior occipital sulcus

The inferior occipital sulcus is found on the lateral aspect of the occipital lobe and separates the middle and inferior occipital gyri. It can be sometimes considered a posterior extension of the inferior temporal sulcus.

Anatomy: Brain
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rID: 56599
Section: Anatomy
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