archicortex
Acronym: ACx
The term archicortex refers to a composite substructure of the limbic lobe defined on the basis of dissection and internal structure as revealed by Nissl stain ( Nomina-1983 ). In the human and the macaque it includes the hippocampal formation, the fasciolar gyrus, the supracallosal gyrus and the paraterminal gyrus. See also hippocampal region.

Also known as: archipallium, hippocampus, intralimbic gyrus, Archaeocortex, Archeocortex, Hippocampus


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