Tags: Anatomical Structure, Brain.

Ventrolateral prefrontal cortex (VLPFC) part of the prefrontal cortex is located on the inferior frontal gyrus is bounded superiorly by the inferior frontal sulcus and inferiorly by the lateral sulcus being attributed to the anatomical structures of Brodmann’s area (BA) 47 45 and 44 (considered the subregions of the VLPFC – the anterior mid and posterior subregions). Specific functional distinctions have been presented between these three subregions.


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