Supracallosal gyrus

Brain: Supracallosal gyrus
Scheme of rhinencephalon. (Gyrus supercallosus labeled at center top.)
Latin Gyrus supracallosus
Gray's NeuroNames NeuroLex ID birnlex_1316

The supracallosal gyrus (induseum griseum; gyrus epicallosus) consists of a thin layer of grey matter in contact with the dorsal surface of the corpus callosum and continuous laterally with the grey matter of the cingulate gyrus.

It contains two longitudinally directed strands of fibers termed respectively the medial and lateral longitudinal striae (of Lancisi).

The supracallosal gyrus is prolonged around the splenium of the corpus callosum as a delicate lamina, the fasciola cinerea, which is continuous below with the fascia dentata hippocampi.

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This article incorporates text from a public domain edition of Gray's Anatomy.


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