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Preoccipital notch

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Preoccipital notch

Preoccipital notch
Human brain lateral view description (#8 at bottom right = Incisura praeoccipitalis)
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Latin Incisura praeoccipitalis
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Gray's p.818
NeuroLex ID Preoccipital notch
Anatomical terms of neuroanatomy

About 5 cm. in front of the occipital pole on the infero-lateral border is an indentation or notch, named the preoccipital notch. It is considered a landmark because the occipital lobe is located just behind the line that connects that notch with the parietoccipital sulcus.

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