|Description:||The term angular sulcus (H) refers to a superficial feature of the parietal lobe. It is the portion of the superior temporal sulcus that extends into the angular gyrus (Ono-90). (NN)|
|Super-category:||Superficial feature part of parietal cortex|
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|Neuronames ID ( what's this?):||26|
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- Abbreviation Source: SumsDB_abbrevSource
- Created Date: 2008-02-29warning.pngThe date "2008-02-29" was not understood.
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Facts about Angular sulcus
|Created||warning.pngThe date "2008-02-29" was not understood.|
|Definition||The term angular sulcus (H) refers to a superficial feature of the parietal lobe. It is the portion of the superior temporal sulcus that extends into the angular gyrus (Ono-90). (NN)|
|Label||Angular sulcus +|
|ModifiedDate||9 March 2012 +|
|Page has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki.||PONS brain region +|
|SuperCategory||Superficial feature part of parietal cortex +|