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Review Article

Anatomy of the Temporal Lobe

Figure 2

Anatomical landmarks of the cortex of the left temporal lobe. Photographs are of the lateral (a), inferior (b), and superior (c) surfaces. The superior surface, along with the insula, was exposed by removal of parts of the frontal and parietal lobes above the lateral sulcus.

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