superior temporal sulcus
The longitudinal sulcus separating the superior and middle temporal gyri.
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- superior retinaculum of extensor muscles,
- superior sagittal sinus,
- superior salivary nucleus,
- superior tarsal muscle,
- superior temporal line,
- superior thalamostriate vein,
- superior thyroid vein,
- superior vein of cerebellar hemisphere,
- superior vein of eyelid,
- superior vein of vermis
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