WOROI: 148 - Middle frontal gyrus
 
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WOROI: 148 - Middle frontal gyrus

An area between the inferior and superior frontal gyrus, that is not to be confused with the medial frontal gyrus (gyrus frontalis medialis), - though some calls it this. Tzourio-Mazoyer divides it into two parts: one on the lateral surface and one on the orbital surface of the frontal lobe

Abbreviation: GFm

Variation: Gyrus frontalis medius
Variation: Gyrus frontomedius

External databases

ICBM Label: 28

Taxonomy

ParentsSiblingsChildren
Frontal lobe
Prefrontal cortex
Middle and inferior frontal gyri
  Left middle frontal gyrus
Right middle frontal gyrus
Middle frontal gyrus, lateral part
Middle frontal gyrus, orbital part

Talairach coordinates

  x     y     z   Lobar anatomy WOBIB WOEXP
-44 36 -19 Left middle frontal gyrus 2 5
-30 50 -18 Left middle frontal gyrus 2 5
-32 42 -19 Left middle frontal gyrus 2 5
-30 35 28 Middle frontal gyrus 6 13
38 40 33 Middle frontal gyrus 6 13
43 36 27 Middle frontal gyrus 6 13
33 36 22 Inferior frontal sulcus/middle frontal gyrus 6 13
37 27 29 Middle frontal gyrus 6 13
-25 27 33 Middle frontal gyrus 6 13
28 21 41 Middle frontal gyrus 6 13
24 41 35 Right middle frontal gyrus 10 24
-36 37 39 Left middle frontal gyrus 10 24
-23 28 44 Middle frontal gyrus/superior frontal sulcus 12 31
-8 -17 51 Left middle frontal gyrus 17 50
4 -13 60 Right middle frontal gyrus 17 50
-6 -14 69 Left middle frontal gyrus 17 50
10 -14 74 Right middle frontal gyrus 17 50
-30 42 26 Left middle frontal gyrus 21 190
-26 44 -14 Middle frontal gyrus 31 103
-22 21 -14 Middle frontal gyrus 31 105
36 2 37 Middle frontal gyrus 31 107
34 46 -7 Right middle frontal gyrus 32 109
34 46 -7 Right middle frontal gyrus 32 110
-42 34 -20 Left middle frontal gyrus 34 114
-36 52 -14 Left middle frontal gyrus 34 114
-46 34 -19 Left middle frontal gyrus 34 115
-16 53 -19 Left middle frontal gyrus 34 115
-28 16 44 Left middle frontal gyrus 35 119
-34 32 24 Left middle frontal gyrus 35 119
-16 27 35 Left middle frontal gyrus 38 129
-49 32 26 Left middle frontal gyrus 41 135
46 25 32 Right middle frontal gyrus 41 135
-42 20 49 Left middle frontal gyrus 41 138
46 20 49 Right middle frontal gyrus 41 138
-46 16 49 Left middle frontal gyrus 41 140
26 12 30 Middle frontal gyrus 45 148
-29 16 29 Middle frontal gyrus 45 148
-22 22 44 Left middle frontal gyrus 49 160
-38 28 32 Left middle frontal gyrus 49 160
24 38 28 Right middle frontal gyrus 49 160
-38 28 24 Left middle frontal gyrus 49 164
34 37 37 Right middle frontal gyrus, dorsolateral prefrontal cortex 51 171
-44 17 38 Left middle frontal gyrus 54 177
32 22 45 Right middle frontal gyrus 54 177
28 54 3 Middle frontal gyrus 57 182
37 45 3 Middle frontal gyrus 57 183
25 45 12 Middle frontal gyrus 72 225
25 45 6 Middle frontal gyrus 72 226
28 39 31 Middle frontal gyrus 72 227
-34 8 50 Left middle frontal gyrus 73 228
-6 16 60 Left middle frontal gyrus 73 228
-25 40 30 Left middle frontal gyrus 73 228
42 3 29 Right middle frontal gyrus/precentral sulcus 81 253
-46 1 29 Left middle frontal gyrus/precentral sulcus 81 253
-26 29 39 Left anterior middle frontal gyrus 81 254
-44 30 9 Left inferior and middle frontal gyrus 88 280
-24 25 38 Left middle frontal gyrus 88 280
46 40 -4 Left middle frontal gyrus 88 283
48 16 43 Right middle frontal gyrus 89 285
-40 6 48 Left middle frontal gyrus 89 285
36 20 44 Right middle frontal gyrus 104 324
-38 25 35 Left middle frontal gyrus 116 349
44 16 41 Right middle frontal gyrus 116 349
-32 43 13 Left middle frontal gyrus 116 352
39 38 25 Right middle frontal gyrus 116 352
42 18 48 Right middle frontal gyrus 116 352
29 11 55 Right middle frontal gyrus 116 352
37 38 21 Right middle frontal gyrus 116 353
31 3 46 Right middle frontal gyrus 116 353
-26 -2 46 Left middle frontal gyrus 116 353
24 36 33 Right middle frontal gyrus 116 354
-23 19 34 Left middle frontal gyrus 116 354
25 19 41 Right middle frontal gyrus 116 354
-32 15 56 Left middle frontal gyrus 116 355
36 38 27 Right middle frontal gyrus 116 355
-55 11 42 Left middle frontal gyrus 116 358
-39 9 50 Left middle frontal gyrus 116 358
44 32 22 Middle frontal gyrus 117 365
44 20 31 Middle frontal gyrus 117 365
47 29 25 Right middle frontal gyrus 121 377
47 29 25 Right middle frontal gyrus 121 379
34 29 28 Right middle frontal gyrus 126 390
-44 4 12 Middle frontal gyrus 130 402
-32 40 20 Middle frontal gyrus 130 402
-32 32 24 Middle frontal gyrus 130 402
53 44 -7 Right middle frontal gyrus 138 426
46 7 35 Right middle frontal gyrus 144 440
45 51 14 Right middle frontal gyrus 144 440
-12 14 46 Left middle frontal gyrus 144 442
40 18 40 Right middle frontal gyrus 145 446
30 10 38 Right middle frontal gyrus 145 446
39 4 43 Right middle frontal gyrus 149 459
36 25 39 Right middle frontal gyrus 152 467
36 48 27 Right middle frontal gyrus 152 467
34 36 28 Right middle frontal gyrus 152 469
-27 11 51 Left middle frontal gyrus 154 473
-34 45 20 Left middle frontal gyrus 169 516
-34 45 20 Left middle frontal gyrus 169 517
34 45 20 Right middle frontal gyrus 169 517
36 30 28 Right middle frontal gyrus 170 521
-32 50 20 Left middle frontal gyrus 170 521
-28 53 12 Left middle frontal gyrus 171 524
-51 22 10 Left inferior gyrus/middle frontal gyrus 171 525
-40 31 2 Middle frontal gyrus 171 527
-50 16 31 Left middle frontal gyrus 172 528
-32 9 54 Left middle frontal gyrus 172 528
-50 16 24 Left middle frontal gyrus 172 529
-46 14 38 Left middle frontal gyrus 172 529
40 31 43 Right middle frontal gyrus 175 534
38 50 15 Right middle frontal gyrus 178 550
-39 0 47 Left middle frontal gyrus 178 550
-36 35 37 Left middle frontal gyrus 178 551
38 20 33 Right middle frontal gyrus 178 552
-23 40 34 Left superior/middle frontal gyrus 178 553
30 55 20 Right middle frontal gyrus 178 553
-42 35 26 Left middle frontal gyrus 178 555
33 20 41 Right inferior/middle frontal gyrus 178 555
43 40 12 Right inferior/middle frontal gyrus 178 556
41 55 5 Right middle frontal gyrus 178 556
-27 20 43 Left middle frontal gyrus 178 557
-22 35 49 Left middle frontal gyrus 178 557
49 16 30 Right inferior/middle frontal gyrus 178 558
34 55 7 Right middle frontal gyrus 178 558
-36 35 38 Left middle frontal gyrus 178 559
32 28 32 Right middle frontal gyrus 178 559
-39 0 55 Left middle frontal gyrus 178 560
52 8 39 Right inferior/middle frontal gyrus 178 560
32 55 5 Right middle frontal gyrus 178 560
33 28 38 Right middle frontal gyrus 178 561
-37 35 36 Right middle frontal gyrus 178 561
39 40 22 Right middle frontal gyrus 178 561
29 0 61 Right middle frontal gyrus 178 561
33 24 34 Right middle frontal gyrus 179 562
-38 22 38 Left middle frontal gyrus 179 562

Summary

  x     y     z   Description
-33 25 28 Mean coordinate in left hemisphere
36 29 29 Mean coordinate in right hemisphere
34 27 29 Mean coordinate with ignored left/right
4 -17 -20 Minimum coordinate with ignored left/right
55 55 74 Maximum coordinate with ignored left/right
10 16 20 Standard deviation with ignored left/right
corner cube of WOROI: 148 - Middle frontal gyrus

Text contexts

On the left side, activation of the middle frontal gyrus, superior frontal gyrus, superior precentral gyrus, thalamus and the caudal part of the anterior cingulate gyrus was seen, while on the right side we found activation in the supramarginal gyrus, mesencephalon and insulaS. Nour; Claus Svarer; J. K. Kristensen; O. B. Paulson; I. Law. Cerebral activation during micturition in normal men. Brain 123 ( Pt 4):781-9, 2000. PMID: 10734009. WOBIB: 17.
09) without correction for multiple comparisons, we found additional activation in the medial pontine tegmentum, mesencephalon, right thalamus, right middle frontal gyrus and left insulaS. Nour; Claus Svarer; J. K. Kristensen; O. B. Paulson; I. Law. Cerebral activation during micturition in normal men. Brain 123 ( Pt 4):781-9, 2000. PMID: 10734009. WOBIB: 17.
Specifically, recall of previously memorized words from temporal cues was associated with activity in the basal forebrain, right middle frontal gyrus, right superior temporal gyrus, and posterior cingulate gyrus, whereas their recall from person cues was associated with activity in the left insula, right middle frontal gyrus, and posterior cingulate gyrusToshikatsu Fujii; Jiro Okuda; Takashi Tsukiura; Hiroya Ohtake; Rina Miura; Reiko Fukatsu; Kyoko Suzuki; Ryuta Kawashima; Masatoshi Itoh; Hiroshi Fukuda; Atsushi Yamadori. The role of the basal forebrain in episodic memory retrieval: a positron emission tomography study. NeuroImage 15(3):501-8, 2002. PMID: 11848693. DOI: 10.1006/nimg.2001.0995. WOBIB: 32.

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