Subcallosal gyrus

subcallosal gyrus sub·cal·lo·sal gyrus (sŭb’kə-lō’səl)
A slender vertical whitish band immediately anterior to the anterior commissure of the brain. Also called paraterminal gyrus, peduncle of corpus callosum.


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