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sulci orbitales (par)

Official Latin term sulci orbitales (par)
Official subsidiary term orbital sulci (pair)
Unit identifier TAH:U6053
Unit type pair set
Materiality immaterial
Link to the unit sulci orbitales (par)
Links of entity generic: sulcus orbitalis
External links TA98 FMA
Partonomic links Level 2: encephalon Short Extended
Level 3: telencephalon Short Extended
Level 4: lobus frontalis (par)
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Lateral to the Sulcus olfactorius, there are two longitudinally directed sulci, the Sulcus orbitalis medialis and the Sulcus orbitalis lateralis, which are joined together by the Sulcus orbitalis transversus to form the impression of an H or a K pattern (Duvernoy 1992; Petrides and Pandya 2012). The cingulate sulcus continues around the rostrum of the corpus callosum, where it is also known as the Sulcus rostralis superior. This sulcus may continue as the Sulcus rostralis inferior, which separates the straight gyrus from the medial surface of the frontal lobe.
Date: 23.05.2022