triangular part

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tri·an·gu·lar part

[TA]
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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