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Periamygdaloid cortex

Name: Periamygdaloid cortex
Description: Is located ventral to the basal nucleus and has three subdivisions: the periamygdaloid cortex, the medial division, and the sulcal division.[1]
Synonym(s): periamygdaloid area
Is part of: Corticomedial nuclear complex, cerebral cortex
Super-category: Regional part of brain
*Id: nlx_144210
Organism: rodent, carnivora, primate
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Atlas Image: Image:PAM BrainMaps.jpgImage:PAM BrainMaps.jpg


References

  1. Sah P et al. (2003) The amygdaloid complex: anatomy and physiology. Physiol Rev 83: 803-34 PubMed

Notes

This page uses this default form:PONS_brain_region

Non structured information for this region can be found https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Periamygdaloid_cortex

Original image available at Brainmaps.org



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Facts about Periamygdaloid cortexRDF feed
AtlasImagePAM BrainMaps.jpg  +
CurationStatusgraph position temporary  +
CuratorMaryann Martone  +
DefinitionIs located ventral to the basal nucleus and has three subdivisions: the periamygdaloid cortex, the medial division, and the sulcal division.
EditorialNoteBoth Brain Info and BrainMaps list the periamygdaloid area as a substructure of cortex (parahippocampal gyrus for Brain Info). Needs review
Has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki.PONS brain region  +
Idnlx_144210  +
Is part ofCorticomedial nuclear complex  +, and Cerebral cortex  +
LabelPeriamygdaloid cortex  +
ModifiedDate2 September 2014  +
Page has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki.PONS brain region  +
SpeciesRodent  +, Carnivora  +, and Primate  +
SuperCategoryRegional part of brain  +
Synonymperiamygdaloid area  +