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Fig. 620. human fetus from the end of 7th month

Norma verticalis. with chromic acid injection, and later alcohol of 70%.

(Anatomical Collection in Basel) enlarged

The Suicus centralis (Rolandi), the postcentral Suicus, the fissura parieto-occipital and the intervening turns swayed by their advanced development, the appearance of Norma verticalis. The precentral sulcus is invested heavily in the form of a right-angled groove whose longitudinal leg probably one Suicus frontalis is affiliated. The left precentral sulcus is less clear. Frontal sulci are present only in fragments. The interparietal sulcus is left with the postcentral sulcus, the right he appears in the form of a three-legged groove. The sulci centrales have not yet reached the outer edge are right in the figure, the fissures and sulci, the left called lobules and Gyn.

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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. 620. Circumvolutiones pallii eines menschlichen Fetus vom Ende des

7. Monats.

Norma verticalis. Injektion mit 2V0 Chromsäure, später Alkohol von 70^.

(Anatomische Sammlung in Basel.) Vergrößert.

Der Suicus centralis (Rolandi), der Suicus postcentralis , die Fissura parieto-occipitalis und die dazwischen liegenden Windungen beherrschen durch ihre fortgeschrittene Entwicklung das Aussehen der Norma verticalis. Der Sui- cus praecentralis ist rechts kräftig angelegt in Form einer winkeligen Furche, deren longitudinaler Schenkel wohl einem Suicus frontalis angegliedert wird. Links ist der Suicus praecentralis weniger deutlich. Sulci frontales sind erst bruchstückweise vorhanden. Der Suicus interparietalis hängt links mit dem Suicus postcentralis zusammen, rechts erscheint er in Form einer dreischenkeligen Furche. Die Sulci centrales haben die Mantelkante noch nicht erreicht Rechts sind in der Figur die Fissurae und Sulci, links die Lobuli und Gyn bezeichnet

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