"Your occipital lobe is where all five visual cortices are located. Your visual cortices are the structures responsible for processing visual information; consequently, it is accurate to consider your occipital lobe as the vision center. Your occipital lobe is like your visual neighborhood, with each visual cortex being its own house or apartment complex."
"The parietal lobe has on the lateral face the post-central sulcus, and the intra-parietal sulcus that form three convolutions: the post-central, the parietal superior and the parietal inferior convolution. The temporal lobe presents the middle and the inferior convolution. The occipital lobe is like a pyramid with posterior apex and an anterior base and presents the occipital pole."
The title of the linked paper is:
"The study of the brain' s lobes anatomy with the magnetic resonance imaging"
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