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intraparietal sulcus

[ ĭn′trə-pə-rīĭ-təl ]
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n.
A horizontal sulcus extending from the postcentral sulcus and dividing into two branches to form with the postcentral sulcus a figure H that divides the parietal lobe into a superior and an inferior lobule.
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