I am a computer scientist working with brain data. I have some data from different brain regions, and the regions are called temporal cortex, parietal cortex, hippocampus and forebrain white matter. I want to show those regions on a brain image in a presentation.
The problem is, when I search the brain images online, I cannot find the regions my data mentions. The regions in the search results are usually called "lobe" rather than "cortex". And when I search for "forebrain white matter", the results are usually about "cerebral white matter". I am totally confused. Here are a few questions:
Are "cortex" and "lobe" the same thing? Or does cortex means gray matter while lobe contains both gray and white matter?
Does hippocampus contain gray and white matter? Or does it reside in the inner side of the temporal lobe, meaning it is in the white matter part of the temporal lobe?
Are "forebrain" and "cerebrum" the same thing?
Why is hippocampus considered part of the temporal lobe although it has the long side of it outside of the temporal lobe?