Superior frontal sulcus

Last revised by Assoc Prof Craig Hacking on 13 May 2018

The superior frontal sulcus is one of the major sulci of the frontal lobe, separating the superior frontal gyrus medially, from the middle frontal gyrus inferolaterally. It runs posteriorly from the frontal pole, parallel to the interhemispheric fissure, back to the precentral sulcus which it intersects in an "L" or "T" junction. 

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Cases and figures

  • Neuroanatomy: lateral cortex (diagrams)
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  • Neuroanatomy: superior cortex (diagrams)
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