Fig. 125. The Fissures on the Lateral Aspect of a typical Mammalian Brain
The Fissures to which these correspond in the Human Brain are indicated within brackets. The parts of the Rhinencephalon are stippled ; the cortex corresponding to the Island of Hail, shaded.
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