Brain or encephalon (lateral view): Seat of mental capacities of a human.
Central sulcus or fissure: groove on the middle of the cerebrum.
Parietal lobe: projecting part on the side of the cerebrum.
Postcentral gyrus: sinuous fold on the back of the cerebrum.
Occipital lobe: projecting part at the back of the brain containing the optical centers.
Occipital pole: hindmost part of the cerebrum.
Cerebellum: nervous centre situated under the brain.
Brain stem: part of the brain consisting of the medulla oblongata, the pons Varoli and the mesencephalon.
Lateral sulcus or fissure: groove on the side of the cerebrum separating two lobes.
Temporal lobe: projecting part of the cerebrum in the area of the temples.
Frontal pole: foremost part of the cerebrum.
Precentral gyrus: sinuous fold on the front of the cerebrum.
Frontal lobe: projecting part in the area of the forehead.

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EN : Human skin
FR : Peau humaine
ES : Piel humana


Humain skin is the largest organ of the integumentary system made up of multiple layers of epithelial tissues that guard underlying muscles and organs. As the interface with the surroundings, skin plays the most important role in protecting.

Animation : Brain

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