J Anat. 2023 Jul 17. doi: 10.1111/joa.13932. Online ahead of print.
An average hemisphere of the human cerebral cortex contains over 100 individual folds (sulci). Many of these sulci have been overlooked by classic and modern atlases and neuroimaging tools. These sulci also show prominent individual differences: They can be broken into variable “complexes” and some sulci may not be present altogether.