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image016 identify the primary sensory and primary motor, higher-order sensory or motor association, or multimodal association area: A
Premotor complex
image016 identify the primary sensory and primary motor, higher-order sensory or motor association, or multimodal association area: B
Primary motor complex
image016 identify the primary sensory and primary motor, higher-order sensory or motor association, or multimodal association area: C
Primary somatic sensory cortex
image016 identify the primary sensory and primary motor, higher-order sensory or motor association, or multimodal association area: D
Posterior parietal cortex
image016 identify the primary sensory and primary motor, higher-order sensory or motor association, or multimodal association area: E
higher order visual cortex
image016 identify the primary sensory and primary motor, higher-order sensory or motor association, or multimodal association area: F
Primary visual cortex
image016 identify the primary sensory and primary motor, higher-order sensory or motor association, or multimodal association area: G
Parietal-temporal-occipital association complex
image016 identify the primary sensory and primary motor, higher-order sensory or motor association, or multimodal association area: H
Higher order auditory complex
image016 identify the primary sensory and primary motor, higher-order sensory or motor association, or multimodal association area:I
Limbic association cortex
image016 identify the primary sensory and primary motor, higher-order sensory or motor association, or multimodal association area: J
Prefrontal association cortex
image026 identify the midbrain structure: A
Tectum
image026 identify the midbrain structure: B
Superior Colliculus
image026 identify the midbrain structure: C
Inferior Colliculus
image026 identify the midbrain structure: D
Cerebral aqueduct of sylvius
image026 identify the midbrain structure:E
Tegmentum
image028 identify the sulcus or fissure: A
Parieto-occipital sulcus
image028 identify the sulcus or fissure: B
Sylvian fissure
image028 identify the sulcus or fissure: C
Central sulcus of Rolando
image028 identify the sulcus or fissure: D
Calcarine Fissure
image030 identify the gyrus or sulcus/fissure: A
Precentral gyrus, primary motor cortex, Area 4
image030 identify the gyrus or sulcus/fissure: B
Precentral sulcus
image030 identify the gyrus or sulcus/fissure: C
superior frontal gyrus
image030 identify the gyrus or sulcus/fissure: D
superior frontal sulcus
image030 identify the gyrus or sulcus/fissure: E
Middle frontal gyrus
image030 identify the gyrus or sulcus/fissure: F
Inferior frontal sulcus
image030 identify the gyrus or sulcus/fissure: G
Inferior frontal gyrus
image030 identify the gyrus or sulcus/fissure: H
orbitalis
image030 identify the gyrus or sulcus/fissure: I
pars triangularis
image030 identify the gyrus or sulcus/fissure: J
pars operularis
image030 what is the significance of regions I and J
pars triangularis and pars operularis (areas 44 and 45) comprise Broca’s area
image034 identity, function, area of the gyrus or sulcus/fissure: A
postcentral gyrus, Areas 3, 1, 2; primary somatosensory cortex
image034 identify the gyrus or sulcus/fissure: B
postcenral sulcus
image034 identify the gyrus or sulcus/fissure:C (includes D and E)
inferior parietal lobule
image034 identity, area, function of the gyrus or sulcus/fissure: D
supramarginal gyrus, Area 40, in dominant hemisphere important in perception of and interpretation of written language
image034 identify the gyrus or sulcus/fissure: E
angular gyrus, Area 39, in dominant hemisphere important in perception of and interpretation of written language
image034 identify the gyrus or sulcus/fissure: F
Intraparietal sulcus
image034 identify the gyrus or sulcus/fissure: G
superior parietal gyrus
image040 identify A
Calcarine fissure
image040 identify B
Cuneus
image040 identify C
Lingual Gyrus
image042 identify A
Superior temporal gyrus
image042 identify B
superior temporal sulcus
image042 identify C
middle temporal gyrus
image042 identify D
inferior temporal sulcus
image042 identify E
inferior temporal gyrus