Paracentral fissure



paracentral fissure par·a·cen·tral fissure (pār’ə-sěn’trəl)
n.
A curved fissure on the medial surface of the cerebral hemisphere, bounding the paracentral gyrus and separating it from the precuneus and the cingulate gyrus.

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