triangular part

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tri·an·gu·lar part

the middle one of three small convolutions that together compose the inferior frontal gyrus of the cerebral cortex, the other two being the orbital part and opercular part.
Synonym(s): pars triangularis [TA]
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By contrast, females on average had higher density in the left frontal pole, and larger volumes in the right frontal pole, inferior and middle frontal gyri, pars triangularis, planum temporale/parietal operculum, anterior cingulate gyrus, insular cortex, and Heschl's gyrus; bilateral thalami and precuneus; the left parahippocampal gyrus, and lateral occipital cortex.

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