longitudinal cerebral fissure

lon·gi·tu·di·nal cerebral fis·sure

the deep cleft separating the two hemispheres of the cerebrum.
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Cerebrum (which comprise about 80% of the brain) is consisted of right hemisphere and left hemisphere, which are divided by the longitudinal cerebral fissure and functionally linked together by a large tract of nerve fibers (axons) (about 200 million), which form corpus callosum.
5(f) shows the result by using the conventional SOM model (without LDM), where the reconstructed surface is smooth and only the longitudinal cerebral fissure appears.

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