inferior temporal sulcus

(redirected from sulcus temporalis inferior)

in·fe·ri·or tem·po·ral sul·cus

[TA]
the sulcus on the basal aspect of the temporal lobe that separates the fusiform gyrus from the inferior temporal gyrus on its lateral side.

in·fe·ri·or tem·po·ral sul·cus

(in-fēr'ē-ŏr tem'pŏr-ăl sŭl'kŭs) [TA]
The sulcus on the basal aspect of the temporal lobe that separates the fusiform gyrus from the inferior temporal gyrus on its lateral side.

inferior temporal sulcus

A groove that runs from front to back along the lower lateral surface of the temporal lobe of the brain. It runs under and parallel to the superior temporal sulcus, from which it is separated by the middle temporal gyrus. The inferior temporal sulcus is usually interrupted and not a continuous groove.
See also: sulcus

Clevenger,

Shobal V., U.S. neurologist, 1843-1920.
Clevenger fissure - the sulcus on the basal aspect of the temporal lobe that separates the fusiform gyrus from the inferior temporal gyrus on its lateral side. Synonym(s): inferior temporal sulcus