cerebral sulci
The term cerebral sulci (singular: sulcus) refers to surface indentations of the cerebral cortex. While there are sulci in both the human and the macaque brain, their names and locations are somewhat different. In NeuroNames the names of sulci that are found only in the human are followed by (human); those found only in the macaque are followed by (macaque) ( Carpenter-1983 ).

Also known as: cerebral sulcusNeuroNames ID : 1208

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