When the eye is stimulated, the nerve current first reaches a small portion of the occipital lobe, called the visual sensory area.
occipital lobe very large, helmet-shaped, longer than the thorax and twice as long as the two subspherical frontal lobes.
In the occipital lobe, on the contrary, the gyri were complete in number and of regular arrangements.
An ascending apical tube on the apex of the occipital lobe and a descending sternal tube on the base of the frontal lobe.
Cephalis trilobate; occipital lobe helmet-shaped, nearly twice as long as the two ovate frontal lobes.
Beyond the injury to the occipital lobe, the cerebellum was found to be lacerated and extensively bruised and ecchymosed.
The occipital lobe is the location of the zone of sight; and the temporal lobe, that of hearing.
occipital lobe helmet-shaped, little longer than the two hemispherical frontal lobes.
Cephalis trilobate; occipital lobe ovate, little longer than the two ovate frontal lobes.
occipital lobe helmet-shaped, with an apical tube on the apex and a caudal tube on the base.
occipital lobe n.
The posterior lobe of each cerebral hemisphere, having the shape of a three-sided pyramid and containing the visual center of the brain.