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  • 1.  Limbic lobe refers to structures that form a limbus (ring) around the brain stem.
  • 2. Cingulate gyrus Para-olfactory area Hypothalamus Uncus Amygdala Para-hippocampal gyrus Hippocampus Mamillary bodies of hypothalamus Fornix Thalamus Anterior nucleus of thalamus
  • 3. } septal area
  • 4. Cingulate gyrus
  • 5. Cingulotomy
  • 6. Subcallosal gyrus Cingulate gyrus
  • 7.  Hippocampus.  Indeusm griseum.
  • 8. 1. Hippocampus proper (horn of Ammon). 2. Dentate nucleus. 3. Subiculum (transition from hippocampus proper to the parahippocampal gyrus). 4. Alveus. 5. Fimbria . 6. Fornix.
  • 9. Word Meaning Hippocampus sea horse Horn of Ammon horn of Egyptian goddess ram Subiculum support Alveus canal Fimbria edge Fornix arch
  • 10. Development of the HippocampusDevelopment of the HippocampusDevelopment of the HippocampusDevelopment of the Hippocampus 1.1. dentate gyrus 2. hippocampus proper 3. subiculumdentate gyrus 2. hippocampus proper 3. subiculum HS:HS: hippocampal sulcushippocampal sulcus TH:TH: temporal horntemporal horn
  • 11. Amygdala Hippocampal head
  • 12. Amygdala Hippocampal head
  • 13. Hippocampal body Alveus
  • 14. Fornix Hippocampal tail
  • 15. H Choroidal fissure Hippocampal fissure ↓ ↓ ↓ ↑ The crab’s claw
  • 16. Hippocampal body ↑ Temporal horn ↓
  • 17.  lateral extension of the ambient cistern that separates the thalamus from the parahippocampal gyrus.  The transverse fissure = retro-thalamic (retro-pulvinar cistern).  The transverse cerebral fissure is the next major fissure formed after the longitudinal (interhemispheric) fissure.  The transverse cerebral fissure is the axis around which the temporal lobes curve forwards.
  • 18. i T = thalamus i = isthmus of parahippocampal gyrus.
  • 19.  Is superior lateral extension of the transverse fissure, which extends superior to the hippocampus.  The choroidal fissure contains double layered pia matter (tela choroidae), which invaginates the medial wall of the lateral ventricle to form the choroid plexus.  The choroidal fissure is divided into 3 parts:  Body portion.  Atrium portion.  Temporal portion.
  • 20. Separates between Body portion Body of fornix, superiorly Thalamus, inferiorly Atrial portion Crus of fornix Pulvinar of thalamus. Temporal portion Fimbria of fornix Inferior surface of thalamus.
  • 21. Choroidal fissureVellum interpositum cistern
  • 22.  Is the inferior lateral extension of the transverse fissure, which separates the hippocampus from the subiculum.
  • 23.  Crus.  Body.  Anterior column. The fornix represents the major aspect of hippocampal output, comprised of axonal projections from the hippocampus to the mamillary bodies.
  • 24. crus Anterior commissure column MTT MB body body MTT
  • 25. Crus of fornix
  • 26. A H E F
  • 27. The indusium griseum, (a dorsal extension of the hippocampus), forms a symmetric pair of narrow strips of gray matter running caudal-rostrally along the dorsal aspect of the corpus callosum in the sub-cingulate region
  • 28.  Almond shaped.  Subcortical nucleus located in the temporal lobe.  Anatomically it belongs to the basal ganglia.  Functionally it belongs to the limbic system.
  • 29.  It is located inside the uncus (a medial protrusion of the temporal lobe).  It is located between the temporal pole (anterior tip of temporal lobe) and Uncal recess of the temporal horn.
  • 30. ← Uncus
  • 31. Afferent pathways: Efferent pathways: 2 routes: Dorsal route: Dorsal amygdalofugal pathway (stria terminalis). Ventral route: Ventral amygdalofugal pathway.
  • 32.  Septum pellucidum.  Setpum verum.
  • 33.  Is a thin leaf between the frontal horns of lateral ventricles.  It is formed of gila & lined by ependyma.
  • 34.  It is located  inferior to the septum pellucidum,  anterior to the lamina terminalis and  posterior to the subcallosal gyrus. Septum verum = paraterminal gyrus.
  • 35.  Paraterminal & subcallosal gyri.
  • 36. Nucleus accumbens C P
  • 37. ←
  • 38. MB MTT
  • 39. Foramen of Monro Mamillo- thalamic tract
  • 40.  The anterior nuclei.  The dorsomedial nucleus
  • 41.  Piriform cortex.  Periamygdaloid cortex.  Entorhinal cortex.  Perirhinal cortex.
  • 42.  MTS is the most common cause of temporal lobe epilepsy.  Mesial = medial.  MTS is characterized by atrophy of the hippocampus and limbic related structures.
  • 43. CG = cingulate gyrus. TP = temporal polar cortex.
  • 44.  SA = septal area (subcallosal gyrus).  SL = limen insulae.  E = Entorhinal cortex.
  • 45.  PT = Paraterminal gyrus.  E = Entorhinal cortex.
  • 46. AN = nucleus accumbens. A = amygdala. E = entorhinal cortex.
  • 47. F = Fornix. A = Amygdala. H = Hippocampus. PH = para-hippocampal gyrus.
  • 48. H= hippocampus. PH= Parahippocampal gyurs. F= fornix. M= foramen of Monro
  • 49. H = Hippocampus. PH= parahippocampus. CG = Cingulate gyrus.
  • 50. H = hippocampus. PH = parahippocamp al gyurs.
  • 51. H= hippocampus tail. PH= para- hippocampal gyrus. F = Fornix. Q = quadrigeminal plate.
  • 52. F= fornix. TH = thalamus. PH = Para- hippocampal gyrus.

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