inferior occipital gyrus

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in·fe·ri·or oc·cip·i·tal gy·rus

a gyrus situated below the lateral occipital sulcus on the lower part of the lateral surface of the occipital lobe.

inferior occipital gyrus

A stubby, knuckle-shaped gyrus on the lateral surface of the occipital lobe of each cerebral hemisphere, just below the lateral occipital sulcus.
See also: gyrus
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The first, the inferior occipital gyri (IOG), picked up small physical changes in the morphed faces, such as the number of wrinkles.