Anterior cingulate gyrus

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Anterior cingulate gyrus
Abbreviations: ACC ACgG FLA

Anterior cingulate
Anterior cingulate cortex
Anterior cingulate area
Frontal limbic area
Area limbica frontalis
Bilateral anterior cingulate
Ant cingulate
Ant cingulate gyrus
Ant. cing

Category: Anterior cingulate gyrus

Cingulate gyrus


Left anterior cingulate gyrus
Right anterior cingulate gyrus
Caudal anterior cingulate gyrus
Rostral anterior cingulate gyrus
Ventral anterior cingulate
Dorsal anterior cingulate
Subgenual area

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The anterior cingulate gyrus (anterior cingulate cortex, ACC) is the frontal part of the cingulate gyrus.

Based on human neuroimaging studies ACC maybe divided into separate regions.[1]

Wayne C. Drevets and his co-authors refer to "subgenual ACC" (sgACC), i.e., regard the subgenual anterior cingulate cortex as part of the ACC.[2]

[edit] Meta-analyses

Topic Data Raw data Meta-analysis
Anterior cingulate gyrusMajor depressive disorderMaND Data CSV Meta-analysis
Anterior cingulate gyrusObsessive-compulsive disorderObND Data CSV Meta-analysis
Mass meta-analysis

[edit] Papers

  1. Anterior cingulate gyrus volume and glucose metabolism in autistic disorder
  2. Anterior cingulate volumes in never-treated patients with major depressive disorder

[edit] References

  1. George Bush, Phan Luu, Michael I. Posner (2000). "Cognitive and emotional influences in anterior cingulate cortex". Trends in Cognitive Sciences 4(6): 215-222. doi: 10.1016/S1364-6613(00)01483-2.
  2. The subgenual anterior cingulate cortex in mood disorders
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