central insular sulcus
Acronym: cis
The term central insular sulcus refers to the sulcus that separates the posterior short gyrus of the anterior insula from the anterior long gyrus of the long insular gyri. Identified by dissection it is found in 90% of human hemispheres. Though present in the baboon, it is not found in macaques ( Mufson-1997 ) or rodents ( NeuroNames ).

Also known as: Sulcus centralis insulaeNeuroNames ID : 112

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