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subiculum

 [sah-bik´u-lum]
an underlying or supporting structure.

su·bic·u·lum

, pl.

su·bic·u·la

(sū-bik'yū-lŭm, sŭ-bik'; -lă), [TA]
A support or prop.
[L. dim. of subex, support]

subiculum

/su·bic·u·lum/ (sŭ-bik´u-lum) an underlying or supporting structure.

subiculum

[səbik′yələm]
a part of the hippocampal formation consisting of the transition zone between the parahippocampal gyrus and Ammon's horn.

su·bic·u·lum

, pl. subicula (sŭ-bik'yū-lŭm, -lă ) [TA]
1. A support or prop.
2. The zone of transition between the parahippocampal gyrus and Ammon's horn of the hippocampus.
[L. dim. of subex, support]

subiculum

an underlying or supporting structure.
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11,16) Pathologically, HS-aging is defined by neuron loss and gliosis in the hippocampal sector CA1 and subiculum that is out of proportion to the burden of AD neuropathologies.
As previously described in the literature, HIA is the angle between the line connecting the medial superior margin of the subiculum with the lateral margin of the cornu ammonis and the vertical midline of the cerebral hemisphere (Figs.
Structures of middle ear like chorda tympani nerve, handle of malleus, opening of Eustachian tube, Promontory, Pyramids with tendon of stapedius muscle, facial recess, sinus tympani, ponticulus subiculum and round window were examined.
While the NFTs arise first in the locus coeruleus, entorhinal cortex and limbic brain areas such as the subiculum of the hippocampal formation, the amygdala, thalamus, and claustrum, and then spread to interconnected neocortical regions (18,24).
The inferior border was drawn when the subiculum was seen.
The microglial activation in ME7 induced prion disease occurs between the 11th and 13th wpi, mainly in the CA1 and in the subiculum of ventral hippocampus.
Results: Bilaterally, the hippocampal volumes were smaller in T2DM patients, mainly in the CA1 and subiculum subfields.
Childhood maltreatment is associated with reduced volume in the hippocampal subfields CA3, dentate gyrus, and subiculum.
The genetically modified and control stem cells were then transplanted into the hippocampus or subiculum of the mice brains--two areas of the brain that are greatly affected by Alzheimer's disease.
Looking at three subregions - the cornu ammonis (CA) 1, CA3/dentate gyrus and subiculum - they found that the first two expanded with age, with the most pronounced growth in the right hippocampus.
variations in the CA1 region of the hippocampus and subiculum