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Fig. 617. 30 cm long female Fetus (End of the 5th month)

Viewed from the side. Lying inside the skull.

(Anatomical Collection in Basel)

Appearance of the sulci and thus delineation of individual lobes: lobes at a somewhat younger than Fig. 618 fetus To the most striking limitation of the island is by the fissura cerebri lateralis (Sylvian), whose anterior ascending ramus is only just visible as an incision, the posterior ramus appears very strong. The central sulcus is in its upper section develops, the pre-and postcentral sulcus barely recognizable. In contrast, the inferior frontal sulcus and the superior temporal sulcus is present in small beginnings, much less the parietal sulcus.

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(Handatlas der entwicklungsgeschichte des menschen)

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Kollmann JKE. Atlas of the Development of Man (Handatlas der entwicklungsgeschichte des menschen). (1907) Vol.1 and Vol. 2. Jena, Gustav Fischer. (1898).

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Fig. 617. Qeliirn eines 30 cm langen weiblichen Fetus

(Ende des 5. Monates). Von der Seite gesehen. Im Innern des Schädels liegend.

(Anatomische Sammlung in Basel)

Auftreten der Sulci und dadurch Abgrenzung einzelner Hirnlappen: Lobi bei einem etwas jüngeren Fetus als Fig. 618. Am auffallendsten ist die Um- grenzung der Insel durch die Fissura cerebri lateralis (Sylvii), deren Ramus anterior ascendens nur eben als Einschnitt erkennbar ist, der Ramus posterior erscheint dagegen sehr stark. Der Sulcus centralis ist in seinem oberen Ab- schnitt entwickelt; der Sulcus prae- und postcentralis noch kaum erkennbar. Dagegen ist der Sulcus frontalis inferior und der Sulcus temporalis superior in kleinen Anfängen vorhanden, weniger deutlich der Sulcus parietalis.

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