presubiculum

presubiculum

/pre·su·bic·u·lum/ (pre″soo-bik´u-lum) a modified six-layered cortex between the subiculum and the main part of the parahippocampal gyrus.
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Colored region-of-interest boxes in the scanned image correspond to areas shown in (B through G) below (subiculum =blue, presubiculum = black, CA1 = green, and dentate gyrus =red).
These findings of early neurophysiological development in the parasubiculum and presubiculum, spacial areas of the brain, underpin Haag's [8] concept of lateralization.
The left and right hippocampi were segmented into seven subfields: CA1, CA2-3, CA4-dentate gyrus (DG), subiculum, presubiculum, fimbria, and hippocampal fissure.
2008) found hippocampal atrophy in the CA1, CA2, and CA3 regions and the subiculum and presubiculum in patients with DLB, but not in patients with AD.
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].
Whether afferents carrying vestibular information to the hippocampus arise from the thalamus, the presubiculum, the cingulate cortex, or some other area of the cerebral cortex (e.
Other cortical areas include the cornu Ammonis of the hippocampus, presubiculum, cingulate gyrus, insula, inferior temporal lobe, and the inferior parietal lobule.
Diffuse, lake-like amyloid-[Beta] deposits in the parvopyramidal layer of the presubiculum in Alzheimer's disease.