transverse temporal sulcus

(redirected from sulcus temporalis transversus)

trans·verse tem·po·ral sul·cus

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the shallow sulcus that demarcates the transverse temporal gyri on the opercular surface of the superior temporal gyrus. This sulcus frequently consists of more than a single sulcus, depending on the exact configuration of the transverse temporal gyrus (gyri).