frontal pole
Acronym: frp
The term frontal pole refers to the rostral tip of the cerebral cortex. It is a superficial feature found in the human ( Carpenter-1983 ), macaque ( Martin-2000 ), rat, and mouse ( NeuroNames ). Some authors use the term to refer to a subdivision of the cerebral cortex at its rostral extreme ( see frontopolar area ).

Also known as: Polus frontalisNeuroNames ID : 57


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