medial olfactory gyrus
Acronym: MOG
The term medial olfactory gyrus refers to the slight ridge on the ventral surface of the subcallosal area formed by the root of the olfactory peduncle ( Morris-1907 ). It expands into and is continuous with the termination of the cingulate gyrus ( Riley-1943 ).

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