Postcentral area



postcentral area post·cen·tral area (pōst-sěn’trəl)
n.
The cortex of the postcentral gyrus

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    postcentral gyrus n. The anterior convolution of the parietal lobe, bounded in front by the central sulcus and in back by the interparietal sulcus.

  • Postcentral sulcus

    postcentral sulcus n. The sulcus that demarcates the postcentral gyrus from the superior and inferior parietal lobules.



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