area 10d
Acronym: 10d
The term area 10d refers to a small rectangular field located on the medial margin of the vertical face of frontopolar cortex in the human. On the medial surface of the frontal lobe it borders area 9m and area p32 caudally, area 9a dorsally. and its ventral border is with area 10r and area 10v. Laterally it borders area p10p. On the orbital surface it borders area 10pp caudally. Defined by multiple criteria, it is fMRI-deactivated in GAMBLING contrast tasks. It greatly overlaps areas referred to by other authors as 10, Fp1 and Fp2 ( Glasser-2016 ).
      In the macaque, area 10 is divided into area 10o on the orbital surface and area 10m on the medial and rostral, polar surface. Topologically, the human 10d corresponds to the rostral, polar part of macaque 10m ( Ongur-2003 ). As granular prefrontal cortex, It has no architectonic equivalent in the the rat ( Wallis-2012 ).

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