Definition of Parietal gyrus
1. Noun. Any of the convolutions of the outer surface of the parietal lobe of the cerebrum.
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Literary usage of Parietal gyrus
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Journal of Comparative Neurology by Denison University (1903)
"The superior parietal gyrus represents the ascending parietal and the superior ... The inferior parietal gyrus may be divided into supramarginal and angular ..."
2. Edinburgh Medical Journal (1866)
"The ascending parietal gyrus frequently exhibits several knee-shaped bends and indentations, and is partially, but, so far as my experience goes, ..."
3. Textbook of Anatomy by Daniel John Cunningham (1905)
"The superior parietal gyrus is the area of cerebral cortex which lies ... The inferior parietal gyrus lies below the ramus horizontalis and the ramus ..."
4. Anatomy of the brain and spinal cord with special reference to mechanism and by Harris Ellett Santee (1907)
"The post-parietal gyrus is present only when the middle temporal sulcus bends upward and terminates in the parietal lobe; in which case this gyrus curves ..."
5. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1887)
"The representation of the lower limb only was described by Ferrier as situated in the upi>er part of the ascending parietal gyrus, theso-called parietal ..."
6. The Scientific Memoirs of Thomas Henry Huxley by Thomas Henry Huxley, Michael Foster (1899)
"The postero-parietal sulcus (scissure de Rolando) is situated so far back that the antero-parietal gyrus (ir pli ascendant ..."
7. The Scientific Memoirs of Thomas Henry Huxley by Thomas Henry Huxley, Michael Foster (1899)
"The postero-parietal sulcus (scissure de Rolando) is situated so far back that the antero-parietal gyrus (1r pli ascendant, Gratiolet) is exceedingly thick, ..."
8. The Gross and Minute Anatomy of the Central Nervous System by Hermon C. Gordinier (1899)
"It is dorsal to the upper part of the ascending parietal gyrus, ... The post- parietal gyrus is that part of the inferior parietal lobule which surrounds ..."