parasubiculum

par·a·su·bic·u·lum

(par'ă-sŭ-bik'yū-lŭm),
A narrow region of cortex located between the entorhinal area (or cortex) and the subiculum.
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These findings of early neurophysiological development in the parasubiculum and presubiculum, spacial areas of the brain, underpin Haag's [8] concept of lateralization.
The hippocampus, however, is not a homogeneous structure but consists of several histologically and functionally distinct but tightly interconnected subfields: the subiculum with the subdivisions presubiculum, parasubiculum, and subiculum proper; the four cornu ammonis sectors (CA1-4); and the dentate gyrus (DG) [196].
Redish and Touretzky (1997) have Suggested that the path integration is accomplished by an anatomical loop that includes the hippocampus, the subiculum, the parasubiculum and the entorhinal cortex.