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Individual differences |
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|Brain: Poles of cerebral hemispheres|
|Human brain lateral view (9=Polus frontalis, 10=Polus occipitalis, 11=Polus temporalis)|
|Lateral surface. (Frontal pole is approximately at 10, occipital pole is approximately at 17, and temporal pole is approximately at 38.|
|Latin||polus frontalis, polus occipitalis, polus temporalis|
|Gray's||subject #189 818|
The anterior end of the hemisphere is named the frontal pole. (See also frontal lobe.)
The posterior end is named the occipital pole. (See also occipital lobe.)
- Photo at umanitoba.ca
- BrainInfo at the University of Washington hier-123 (occipital pole)
- BrainInfo at the University of Washington hier-38 (frontal pole)
- BrainInfo at the University of Washington hier-108 (temporal pole)
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Human brain: forebrain (cerebrum · cerebral cortex · cerebral hemispheres, grey matter) (TA A14.1.09.002–240, 301–320, GA 9.818–826)
Operculum · Poles of cerebral hemispheres
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