Brain Anatomy and Magnetic Resonance Imaging by G. Lazorthes (auth.), Professeur Dr. André Gouaze,

By G. Lazorthes (auth.), Professeur Dr. André Gouaze, Professeur Dr. Georges Salamon (eds.)

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The portion of the temporal hom anterior to the pes hippocampi appears as a narrow slit that is delimited anteriorly by the amygdala. Sectional Anatomy Sagittal sections (Figs. 12-17) display the hippocampal formation as small discontinuous segments because: 1. The hippocampal formation is a composite structure formed by multiple individual components. 2. These components follow a long curving course along the medial temporal lobe (Fig. 11). 3. The individual components are partially separated from each other along their medial borders by the ~ippocampal and dentatofimbrial fissures.

P. Naidich et al. Sa, b. 5 T, TRITE = 400 ms120 ms. 7. Additional labelled structures include the superior (S). middle (M) and inferior (/) temporal gyri, the parahippocampal gyrus (P). the occipitotemporal sulcus (crossed white arrow) and the midbrain (MB). Open white arrowheads indicate the choroid plexi in the atria (large white A). b Section anterior to the splenium through the thalamus (Th) and posterior body (B) of the lateral ventricle. The crus (C) of the fornix attaches to the anterior surface of the splenium (Sp).

The pes hippocampi lies within the temporal horn just posterior to the amygdala (Fig. 4). The digitations of the pes hippocampi appear as small along the superior surface of the hippocampus. Isocortex and Allocortex The cerebral cortex makes up 40% of the total weight of the brain [26]. 5 mm and is generally greater over the crown of the gyrus than in the depth of a sulcus [26]. In humans, there are two major types of cerebral cortex. Approximately 90% of the hemisphere has a six-layered cortex designated the isocortex (neocortex) [26].

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