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Development of Neocortex with development of Corpus callosum 33 FIG. 16 ® ® copies according to STEPHAN (1975) LATERAL AND MEDIAL CORTEX CEREBRI L-I 134 -----1 Fig. 17 A to C Different histological location of Allocortex and Mesocortex by different authors (according to Stephan 1975) D Human embryo (according to Stephan 1975) 351 _ o copies acco,rd I. 1 FIG. 17 LATERAL AND MEDIAL CORTEX CEREBRI L-I -----ll 36 Fig. 18. Resection of Gyrus postcentralis. Preservation of Gyrus praecentralis. 1 to 7 Sequence of procedures.
18. Resection of Gyrus postcentralis. Preservation of Gyrus praecentralis. 1 to 7 Sequence of procedures. Location of Pars opercularis: behind Pars orbitalis of the inferior frontal gyrus. (X: gap between Pars orbitalis, Pars triangularis and Pars opercularis: in a depth of 1 cm Cortex insulae will be reached, after resection of Arachnoidea) In this sample Sulcus centralis does not connect with the Sylvian fissure. Therefore a bridging gyrus between Gyrus praecentralis and postcentralis must be interrupted (see 1) At first only a small part of Gyrus postcentralis is to be resected (2).
24 BASAL GANGLIA, LATERAL AND 3RD VENTRICLEI-I -----ll 50 Fig. 25. Addendum for Fig. 24. Cornu ant. , basal ganglia and Insula B Sketch (frontal plane) for A 51 FIG. 25 , ,. / I " / I / I I I I t \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ "- .... Trilchl$ opt .. J Fig. 26 9 and 10 Further stepwise opening of Cornu ant. and resection of basal ganglia 53 FIG. x In,uta ~ • BASAL GANGLIA, LATERAL AND 3RD VENTRICLE ..... I 1 54 -----01 Fig. 27 11 Resection of Gyrus temporalis I. (Pars ascendens of R. post. of Sylvian fissure is· preserved, for orientation) A Anatomical preparation B Sketch (coronal plane) for A ===-__ ---=====- ~ 55 [:1 --- R pas(SYLVII t sulci )lat.
Anatomical Dissections for Use in Neurosurgery: Vol. 1 by Prof. Dr. med. Wolfgang Seeger, PD Dr. Hans-Rudolf Eggert (auth.)