Medial frontal cortex

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Medial frontal cortex

Medial frontal
Medial surface of frontal lobe
Medial aspect of the frontal lobe

Category: Medial frontal cortex

Frontal lobe


Left medial frontal cortex
Right medial frontal cortex
Anterior cingulate cortex
Pre-supplementary motor area
Supplementary motor area
Supplementary eye field
Medial frontal gyrus

Databases: Brede Database
Neuroscience: BAMS brainSCANr FMA NeuroLex NIF SumsDB foci PubBrain
General: MeSH Wikidata
Papers: DOAJ Open J-Gate

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Medial frontal cortex (MFC)

Functional organization of the medialfrontal cortex regards medialfrontal cortex as a collective term that "describe cortex dorsal and rostral to the corpus callosum" and furthermore writes:

"In the primate brain, it is usually taken to include the anterior cingulate cortex (ACC) as well as several areas in the more dorsal superior frontal gyrus, such as the pre-supplementary motor area (pre-SMA), the supplementary motor area (SMA) and the supplementary eye fields (SEF)"

In Human cerebral cortex: localization, parcellation, and morphometry with magnetic resonance imaging "frontomedial cortex" is grouped under "medial surface" in the Frontal lobe part together with supplementary motor cortex (i.e., "frontalmedial cortex" and "supplementary motor cortex" are regarded as separate areas). Also "frontomedial cortex" is regarded as separate from the subcallosal cortex, paracingulate cortex and anterior cingulate gyrus.

[edit] Papers

  1. A specific neural substrate for perceiving facial expressions of disgust
  2. Brain activity during observation of actions. Influence of action content and subject's strategy
  3. Functional brain maps of retrieval mode and recovery of episodic information
  4. Investigation of facial recognition memory and happy and sad facial expression perception: an fMRI study
  5. Positron emission tomography study of a chronic pain patient successfully treated with somatosensory thalamic stimulation
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