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Fig. 621. Right hemisphere human Fetus from the end of the 7th month

Viewed from the side. (See Fig. 620) (Anatomical Collection in Basel)

The lateral fissure (of Sylvius) is wide open and reveals the depth of the island. Developed Deudich the ramus posterior lateral fissure. On the frontal lobe of the inferior frontal sulcus is deep and impressive curved, it limits the inferior frontal lobe (Sprachwindung). The sulcus centralis prae-is, as the comparison with the results Norma verticalis, separated into two separate sections created. The sulcus centralis (Rolandi) of the central sulcus and posterior to run in parallel, but terminate far above the fissura cerebri lateralis. At the parietal lobe above the interparietal sulcus is visible. After the sheath edge is toward the superior parietal lobule, below the inferior lobule parietaUs. The supramarginal gyrus angularis and are not exactly limited, nor the gyri lateral occipital. The boundary between the parietal and occipital lobes is deeply incised by the fissura parieto-occipitalis (see Fig. 623).

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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. 621. Circumvolutiones pallii einer rechten Hemisphäre. Menschlicher

Fetus vom Ende des 7. Monats.

Von der Seite gesehen. (Vergl. Fig. 620.) Vergrößert.

(Anatomische Sammlung in Basel)

Die Fissura lateralis (Sylvii) ist weit geöffnet und läßt die Tiefe der Insel erkennen. Deudich entwickelt ist der Ramus posterior fissurae lateralis. Am Lobus frontalis ist der Sulcus frontalis inferior tief und ansehnlich gekrümmt; er begrenzt den Lobulus frontalis inferior (Sprachwindung). Der Sulcus prae- centralis ist, wie die Vergleichung mit der Norma verticalis ergibt, in zwei ge- trennten Abschnitten angelegt. Der Sulcus centralis (Rolandi) und der Sulcus centralis posterior laufen parallel, endigen aber weit oberhalb der Fissura cerebri lateralis. Am Scheitellappen ist oben der Sulcus interparietalis sichtbar. Nach der Mantelkante hin befindet sich der Lobulus parietalis superior, unterhalb der Lobulus parietaUs inferior. Der Gyrus supramarginalis und angularis sind noch nicht genau begrenzt, ebensowenig die Gyri occipitales laterales. Die Grenze zwischen Parietal- und Occipitallappen ist tief eingeschnitten durch die Fissura parieto-occipitalis (vergl. die Fig. 623).

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