Planum polare

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Planum polare
Abbreviations: PP
Variations:

Planum Polare

Category: Planum polare
Parents:

Superior temporal gyrus

Children:

Left planum polare
Right planum polare

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The planum polare is the anterior portion of the superior surface of the temporal lobe. The other two parts of the superior surface are the transverse temporal gyri and the planum temporale, and the inferior circular sulcus separates planum polare from the insula.[1]

A deliniation of planum polare exists in the Harvard-Oxford Atlas.

[edit] Papers

  1. Angela D. Friederici, Yunhua Wang, Christoph S. Herrmann, Burkhard Maess, Ulrich Oertel (2000). "Localization of early syntactic processes in frontal and temporal cortical areas: a magnetoencephalographic study". Human Brain Mapping 11: 1-11. [1].
  2. Steven Brown, Michael J. Martinez, Donald A. Hodges, Peter T. Fox, Lawrence M. Parsons (2004). "The song system of the human brain". Cognitive Brain Research 20: 363-375. [2].
  3. Noesselt Tömme, Shah Nadim, Jäncke Lutz (2003). "Top-down and bottom-up modulation of language related areas - an fMRI study". BMC Neuroscience 4(1): 13. doi: 10.1186/1471-2202-4-13.

[edit] References

  1. Henri M. Duvernoy, J. L. Vannson, P. Bourgouin (1999). The human brain: surface, three-dimensional sectional anatomy with MRI, and blood supply. Springer..
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