Anatomical Dissections for Use in Neurosurgery: Vol. 1 by Prof. Dr. med. Wolfgang Seeger, PD Dr. Hans-Rudolf Eggert
By Prof. Dr. med. Wolfgang Seeger, PD Dr. Hans-Rudolf Eggert (auth.)
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Cortical resection not deeper than sulci Stepwise resection of this basal part of Gyrus postcentralis see 3 to 7 37 FIG. , I \ 5 I I LATERAL AND MEDIAL CORTEX CEREBRI 1 ...... 138 ---1 Fig. 19. Definition of Lobulus paracentralis on the medial surface of the hemisphere Resection of the posterior part of Lobulus paracentralis (8 to 10) Stepwise resection of Gyrus postcentralis (11) Sulcus centralis, Sulcus praecentralls, Sulcus postcentralls may be interrupted by some bridging gyri which may be transeded -xBridging gyri may mask the course of Sulcus centralis.
U, Mt'J It Neocortex : Isocortu t~ Palaeocortex I: Rh,ntneephalon) Archicortex Mesocortex LATERAL AND MEDIAL CORTEX CEREBRI &.. 1 --1 30 Fig. 15 A to C Galago demidovii D Mus rattus * These rodents shows reduction of Palaeocortex. Archicortex now is more developed than in Erinaceus. • According to an anatomical dissection by Priv. Doz. Dr. H. R. Eggert, co-worker of the author. 31 FIG. ol. lts @kl(DcoPies (modified) accadirg to STEPHAN (1975) LATERAL AND MEDIAL CORTEX CEREBRI 11 ----11 32 Fig.
Dr. H. R. Eggert, co-worker of the author. 31 FIG. ol. lts @kl(DcoPies (modified) accadirg to STEPHAN (1975) LATERAL AND MEDIAL CORTEX CEREBRI 11 ----11 32 Fig. 16 A Cercopithecus ascanius (species of monkey) B Homo recens Development of Allocortex in monkey and man with further reduction of Rhinencephalon (Palaeocortex) and differentiation of Archicortex (Tractus mammilothalamicus, Corpus mammilare, Fornix, Hippocampus, Gyrus dentatus, Fasciola cinerea, Stria lateralis of Gyrus cinguli, Area subcallosa and posterior part of Gyrus rectus).