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 The arcuate fasciculus (Latin, curved bundle) is a bundle of [[axon]]s that forms part of the [[superior longitudinal fasciculus]]. The arcuate bidirectionally connects caudal temporal cortex and inferior parietal cortex to locations in the [[frontal lobe]]. The arcuate fasciculus (Latin, curved bundle) is a bundle of [[axon]]s that forms part of the [[superior longitudinal fasciculus]]. The arcuate bidirectionally connects caudal temporal cortex and inferior parietal cortex to locations in the [[frontal lobe]].
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-The aim of a study was to examine the arcuate (AF) and superior longitudinal fasciculi (SLF), which together form the dorsal language stream, using fiber dissection and diffusion imaging techniques in the human brain. +The aim of a study was to examine the arcuate (AF) and [[superior longitudinal fasciculi]] (SLF), which together form the dorsal language stream, using fiber dissection and diffusion imaging techniques in the human brain. 
  
 Twenty-five formalin-fixed brains (50 hemispheres) and 3 adult cadaveric heads, prepared according to the [[Klingler method]], were examined by the fiber dissection technique. The authors' findings were supported with MR [[tractography]] provided by the [[Human Connectome Project]], WU-Minn Consortium. The frequencies of gyral distributions were calculated in segments of the AF and SLF in the cadaveric specimens.  Twenty-five formalin-fixed brains (50 hemispheres) and 3 adult cadaveric heads, prepared according to the [[Klingler method]], were examined by the fiber dissection technique. The authors' findings were supported with MR [[tractography]] provided by the [[Human Connectome Project]], WU-Minn Consortium. The frequencies of gyral distributions were calculated in segments of the AF and SLF in the cadaveric specimens. 
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