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gyrus

[′jī·rəs]
(anatomy)
One of the convolutions (ridges) on the surface of the cerebrum.
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The left cerebellum posterior lobe, left frontal superior orbital lobe (gyrus rectus), right MOG, and bilateral putamen showed significantly decreased volumes (cold color).
OFC subregion Mean ([+ or -] standard deviation) Gyrus rectus Left 0.161 ([+ or -] 0.026) Right 0.174 ([+ or -] 0.026) Middle orbital Gyrus Left 0.520 ([+ or -] 0.056) Right 0.495 ([+ or -] 0.056) Lateral orbital Gyrus Left 0.050 ([+ or -] 0.014) Right 0.054 ([+ or -] 0.012) Note.
In another study, CT was investigated in adolescents with prelingual deafness and significant CT differences were found in the right middle occipital gyrus, right precuneus, left gyrus rectus, and left posterior cingulate gyrus [43, 44].