Pes hippocampi major
The term Pes hippocampi major refers to a surface feature of the hippocampal complex at its boundary with the temporal horn of the lateral ventricle ( Riley-1943 ). It appears as "two or three rounded elevations or digitations which give it a paw-like appearance" ( Wikipedia ).

Also known as: Pes hippocampiNeuroNames ID : 2283

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