inferior temporal gyrus


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a sagittal convolution on the inferolateral border of the temporal lobe of the cerebrum, separated from the middle temporal gyrus by the inferior temporal sulcus. On the inferior surface of the temporal lobe it is separated from the medial occipitotemporal gyrus by the occipitotemporal sulcus. It includes the lateral occipitotemporal gyrus.

inferior temporal gyrus

The inferior-most of the three longitudinal gyri that cover the lateral surface of the temporal lobe.
See also: gyrus
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In addition, the data show reliability across subjects within groups for both the phonological and lexical access tasks in inferior temporal gyrus, where another fMRI study with children (Georgiewa et al.
Tang and colleagues [97] studied the default mode network (DMN) in patients with early-onset schizophrenia (12 to 19 years old); they found increased functional connection between the ventromedial prefrontal lobe and the right inferior temporal gyrus, left angular gyrus, and dorsomedial prefrontal lobe, but decreased functional connection between the right angular gyrus and the cerebellar tonsil, left superior frontal gyrus and right inferior semilunar lobule.
Kong and colleagues [99] found increased functional connection in the bilateral inferior temporal gyrus of the TNN among individuals with schizophrenia and their healthy siblings; they also found increased functional connection between the left DLPFC and the right inferior temporal gyrus of the TPN among individuals with schizophrenia.
We found that compared to matched controls, depressed adolescents in the resting state had lower ALFF in the bilateral cuneate lobe, left occipital lobe, and left medial frontal lobe, and higher ALFF in the posterior cingulate, left inferior temporal gyrus, right superior temporal gyrus, right insula, right parietal lobe, and the right gyri fusiformis.
The inferior temporal gyrus is located below the middle temporal gyrus; it participates in vision and in various cognitive processes.
Yang and colleagues [33,34] assessed never-medicated Patients with OCD and found increased ReHo and ALFF in the left anterior cingulum, increased ALFF in the left middle cingulate gyrus, and lower ReHo in the left inferior temporal gyrus.
05 the left anterior cingulate; decreased ReHo in the left inferior temporal gyrus in patient with OCD Yang T, 2011 ALFF, two-sample t-test, Increased ALFF in the left [34](b) Monte Carlo simulation anterior and middle p<0.

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