Occipital-lobe



noun, Anatomy.
1.
the most posterior lobe of each cerebral hemisphere, behind the parietal and temporal lobes.
noun
1.
the posterior portion of each cerebral hemisphere, concerned with the interpretation of visual sensory impulses

occipital lobe n.
The posterior lobe of each cerebral hemisphere, having the shape of a three-sided pyramid and containing the visual center of the brain.
occipital lobe
(ŏk-sĭp’ĭ-tl)
The rearmost lobe of each cerebral hemisphere, containing the main visual centers of the brain.

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