Insular lobe (Insula)

The Insular lobe (nsula) is located in depth of Sylvian fissure. The cortex of the insula is covered by frontal operculum, parietal operculum and temporal operculum. The insula has five gyri.

MRI of the brain, T1-weighted sagittal view. Level 1. Image 1.
1, Insular gyri (I-V). 2, Cerebellum. 3, Lateral sulcus.

  • MRI of the brain, T1-weighted sagittal view. Level 1. Image 1.
    1, Insular gyri (I-V). 2, Cerebellum. 3, Lateral sulcus.

  • IRM cérébral, coupe axiale, Pondération T1. Level 1. Image 2.
    1, Insular gyri (I-V). 2, Frontal operculum. 3, Lateral ventricle. 4, Lateral sulcus.

  • MRI of the brain, T1-weighted coronal view. Level 1 de 1. Image 3.
    1, Insula. 2, Frontal operculum. 3, Temporal operculum. 4, Temporal lobe. 5, Superior frontal gyrus.

  • MRI of the brain, T1-weighted sagittal view. Level 1. Image 3.
    1, Insular gyri (I-V). 2, Occipital lobe . 3, Cerebellum. 4, Globe.

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