semiannular sulcus
Acronym: sals
The term semiannular sulcus refers to a superficial feature of the parahippocampal gyrus in the human. It is a depression located at the boundary between the entorhinal area and the periamygdalar area. Thus, it marks the dorsal boundary of the uncus, which is the surface of the most rostral parts of the entorhinal area and hippocampal formation ( Mai-1997 ).

Also known as: amygdaloid fissure, Sulcus semiannularisNeuroNames ID : 1612


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