transverse temporal 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.
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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.
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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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