transverse temporal gyri

(redirected from Heschl gyri)

trans·verse tem·po·ral gy·ri

[TA]
two or three convolutions running transversely on the upper surface of the temporal lobe bordering on the lateral (sylvian) fissure, separated from each other by the transverse temporal sulci.

trans·verse tem·po·ral gy·ri

(trans-vĕrs' tem'pŏr-ăl jī'rī) [TA]
Two or three convolutions running transversely on the upper surface of the temporal lobe bordering on the lateral (sylvian) fissure, separated from each other by the transverse temporal sulci.

Heschl,

Richard L., Austrian pathologist, 1824-1881.
Heschl gyri - two or three convolutions running transversely on the upper surface of the temporal lobe bordering on the sylvian fissure, separated from each other by the transverse temporal sulci. Synonym(s): transverse temporal gyri
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Primary auditory cortex lies in Heschl gyri, on posterosuperior aspect of temporal lobe deep within the Sylvian fissure, that is, areas 41 and 42.