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Am·mon

(ah'mŏn),
Greek name of Egyptian god Amun. See: Ammon's horn.

Am·mon

(ah'mŏn),
Friedrich A. von, German ophthalmologist and pathologist, 1799-1861. See: Ammon fissure, Ammon prominence.

Ammon,

Greek name of the Egyptian god Amun.
Ammon horn - one of the two interlocking gyri composing the hippocampus, the other being the dentate gyrus. Synonym(s): cornu ammonis
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