above: Screenshot from CNN's May 18, 2023 Feinstein’s office confirms broader health complications, contradicting senator’s denial below: from anatomyinfo.com's Parts of the Brain
Neurosurgeon Dr. Sanjay_Gupta frequently appears on CNN to clarify complicated medical issues for the general public. Today he discussed possible neurological effects of shingles including encephalitis (inflammation of the brain) and differentiated it from meningitis (inflammation of the "protective membranes covering the brain and spinal cord".
He briefly raised a model of a (presumably) human brain to remind us what a brain looks like, but didn't refer to any region specifically.
In school I learned of brain subdivisions as lobes; frontal, parietal, occipital, temporal, cerebellum, etc. but this model has two vertical zig-zag-stripes a bit behind where the boundary of frontal and parietal used to be.
Question: Why does Sanjay Gupta's brain model shown on CNN look so unusual? The subdivisions don't look like the lobes I learned in school.