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gyrus

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(anatomy)
One of the convolutions (ridges) on the surface of the cerebrum.
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Brain region Voxel MNI coordinate BA X Y Z Fusiform region 8 21 -63 -12 19 Frontal lobe 5 15 27 -6 47 Middle temporal gyrus 1 -57 -63 -3 37 Inferior frontal gyrus 8 54 18 0 45 Parietal lobes 32 0 -69 36 23 Table 2.
Specifically, we observed stronger activation in both the medial frontal gyrus and the superior frontal gyrus for deceptive versus truthful responses.
Related to the time when the damage that generates anomia occurred, an activation of temporary gyrus and frontal gyrus in the left hemisphere was found.
(44) A subsequent study showed that binge drinking adolescents had greater activation in the medial frontal gyrus (meFG), SFG, IPL, and supramarginal gyrus, as well as less activation in the middle occipital gyrus, when compared with control subjects.
In addition to this, medial frontal gyrus and superior temporal gyrus which are known to be part of the DMN were shown to have higher activation values for the karate players.
Sousa and colleagues showed that higher grey matter densities in the left middle frontal gyrus in binge drinkers were associated with impulsiveness scale [56].
Spatial conjunction analyses revealed that SCZ + S patients had significantly (p < 0.001) decreased activations specifically in the right medial frontal gyrus in comparison to both SCZ - S and healthy participants (Figures 1(a) and 1(b)).
(b) Common regions of the correlated [sup.18]F-FDG and [sup.11]C-pPIB components, including bilateral medial frontal gyrus, temporal lobe, and right insular lobe.
Finally, of interest for social interactions is also the so-called "mirror neuron system", mainly involving the inferior frontal gyrus, the inferior parietal lobule, the fusiform face area, and the superior temporal sulcus [35, 36], activated during the observation of the actions of others, including emotion recognition [37, 38], and, therefore, typically impaired in autism [39-41].
VMHC: voxel-mirrored homotopic connectivity; MeFG: medial frontal gyrus; r: Spearman's correlation coefficient.
A significant reduction in cortical thickness on right rostral cingulate, right and left middle frontal gyrus, left superior frontal, left lingual were observed in PTSD group in comparison to controls survived Monte Carlo null-Z correction for multiple comparisons at p < 0.05.
Six neuroanatomical loci were selected as points of measurement wherein the needle electrode was inserted directly: the amygdala (by way of the uncus), middle frontal gyrus, orbital frontal gyrus, occipital pole, superior parietal lobule, and the parahippocampal gyrus.