lateral sulcus


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lateral sulcus

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The MCA arises from the internal carotid and continues into the lateral sulcus where it branches and projects to many parts of the lateral cerebral cortex.
The insulae are the cortical regions deep inside the lateral sulcus, which is the fissure that separates the temporal lobe from the parietal and frontal lobes.
Carapace: tegument slightly granular on the lateral margins, the rest smooth; anterior margin with a well developed median notch; anterior and posterior longitudinal sulci, lateral sulcus and postocular furrow well developed; ocular tubercle well developed, median eyes well developed, one diameter apart; with three lateral eyes on each side of the carapace placed in a small bulge, two of them placed in the lower part of it, aiming to the front and the lateral margins, and the third one, 20% smaller than the others, is placed in the upper part of the bulge, aiming to the posterolateral margin.

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