subcallosal gyrus
Acronym: SBCG
The term subcallosal gyrus refers to a rostral part of the limbic lobe as defined topologically by dissection in the human ( Carpenter-1983 ). It is located ventral to the rostrum of the corpus callosum from which it is separated by the callosal sulcus. It is dorsal to the paraterminal gyrus caudally and rostrally by the part of the anterior cingulate gyrus that curves around the genu of the corpus callosum.
      The subcallosal gyrus is not found in the macaque where the topologically comparable area is classified as part of the the anterior cingulate gyrus ( Martin-2000 ), Nor is it found in the smooth cerebral cortex of the rat and mouse, which do not have sulcal landmarks ( Swanson-2004 Franklin-2008 ). Updated 11 Jun 2024.

Also known as: subcallosal areaNeuroNames ID : 278

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