subgenual anterior cingulate cortex
The term subgenual anterior cingulate cortex refers to one of two subdivisions of anteirior cingulate cortex. It is located in the subgenual area and adjacent part of the anterior cingulate gyrus of the human and the macaque, and in an equivalent region on the medial surface of the cerebral hemisphere of the rat and mouse. In the human it comprises area s24ab, and area s32. In the macaque, rat and mouse it is composed entirely of area s32. The other subdivision is pregenual anterior cingulate cortex ( Vogt-2013 ).e

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