short insular gyri
Acronym: SIG
The term short insular gyri refers to three convolutions located in the anterior insula of the human. Identified by dissection they include the anterior short gyrus, the middle short gyrus, and the posterior short gyrus. They are separated from the long insular gyri by the central insular sulcus ( Ture-1999 ). The short insular gyri are not found in macaques ( Mufson-1997 ) or rodents ( NeuroNames ),

Also known as: No other name for this structure has appeared in PubMed.NeuroNames ID : 115

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