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Figure 1: Cadaveric specimen showing the insular cortex. The frontal, temporal and parietal opercula have been removed and the white fiber tracts surrounding the insula dissected to display the hidden island. (a) Superior limiting periinsular sulcus, (b) posterior limiting periinsular sulcus, (c) anterior short insular gyrus, (d) middle short insular gyrus, (e) posterior short insular gyrus, (f) anterior long insular gyrus and (g) posterior long insular gyrus

Figure 1: Cadaveric specimen showing the insular cortex. The frontal, temporal and parietal opercula have been removed and the white fiber tracts surrounding the insula dissected to display the hidden island. (a) Superior limiting periinsular sulcus, (b) posterior limiting periinsular sulcus, (c) anterior short insular gyrus, (d) middle short insular gyrus, (e) posterior short insular gyrus, (f) anterior long insular gyrus and (g) posterior long insular gyrus