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Review Article

Anatomy of the Temporal Lobe

Figure 10

Arteries supplying the temporal lobe. The colour scheme is explained in Figure 6. (a) Three frontal, two parietal, and three temporal branches of the middle cerebral artery emerging from the lateral sulcus. (b) Hemisected brain with the pons, medulla, and cerebellum removed. The posterior cerebral artery is shown, with anterior and posterior temporal branches to the inferior temporal gyrus, and calcarine and other branches supplying the occipital lobe. Central branches to the midbrain and thalamus are represented by two small upwardly directed vessels. The medial temporal structures, supplied by the anterior choroidal artery, are hidden from view by the optic chiasma, hypothalamus and midbrain.
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