Talk:Straight gyrus

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Proposed name change from Straight Gyrus to Gyrus Rectus[edit]

I have never heard of straight gyrus. Is there a good rationale for having the term straight gyrus over the more commonly known rectus gyrus? Google search for "gyrus rectus" [1] gives 17300 hits, Google search for "straight gyrus" [2] gives 4470 hits

Support The name gyrus rectus is the one used in the literature. CFCF (talk) 21:07, 24 January 2014 (UTC)