uncus band of Giacomini

(redirected from frenulum of Giacomini)

un·cus band of Gi·a·co·mi·ni

(jah-kō-mē'nē),
a slender whitish band, the attenuated anterior continuation of the dentate gyrus (fascia dentata), crossing transversally the surface of the recurved part of the uncus gyri parahippocampalis.

Giacomini,

Carlo, Italian anatomist, 1841-1898.
band of Giacomini - Synonym(s): uncus band of Giacomini
frenulum of Giacomini - Synonym(s): uncus band of Giacomini
uncus band of Giacomini - a slender whitish band crossing transversally the surface of the recurved part of the uncus gyri parahippocampalis. Synonym(s): band of Giacomini; cauda fasciae dentatae; frenulum of Giacomini; tail of dentate gyrus