area 10r of Glasser
Acronym: 10r
The term area 10r of Glasser refers to the more dorsal and caudal of two parts of ventromedial prefrontal cortex in the human ( Bzdok-2011 ). It is a narrow strip located along the margin of the medial orbital gyrus. It is bounded rostroventrally by the other component, area 10v, dorsally by area 10d, dorsocaudally by area p32, and caudally by area s32. Defined in the human by multiple criteria, it is fMRI-activated in a LANGUAGE task. It is deactivated in WORKING MEMORY, THEORY OF MIND, and RELATIONAL tasks ( Glasser-2016 ). It is topologically somewhat different from area 10r as defined by architectonics ( Ongur-2003 ),

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