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The parahippocampal gyrus: New observations regarding its cortical connections in the monkey
Abstract In the rhesus monkey, the cortices of the parahippocampal gyrus are pivotal relay areas in a series of multisynaptic input pathways that connect the hippocampal formation to other areas ofExpand
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Some connections of the entorhinal (area 28) and perirhinal (area 35) cortices of the rhesus monkey. I. Temporal lobe afferents
In this investigation the efferent projections from ventral temporal neocortical and limbic cortical areas to the entorhinal and perirhinal cortices have been investigated in the rhesus monkey usingExpand
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Connections of the Monkey Cingulate Cortex
Among several nineteenth century reports on the cortical convolution located above the corpus callosum, it was Burdach’s (1822) description that gave rise to the term cingulate gyrus. Early attemptsExpand
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Some connections of the entorhinal (area 28) and perirhinal (area 35) cortices of the rhesus monkey. III. Efferent connections
In this investigation the efferent projections of the entorhinal and prorhinal cortices relative to their sites of termination in the hippocampus and fascia dentata were investigated in the rhesusExpand
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Anatomy of the medial temporal lobe
The medial temporal lobe concept is an example of neurojargon rich in clinical and behavioral meaning, but sparse in neuroanatomical meaning except for topography. Like the concept of anterior speechExpand
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Limbic and sensory connections of the inferior parietal lobule (area PG) in the rhesus monkey: A study with a new method for horseradish peroxidase histochemistry
The caudal part of the inferior parietal lobule (area PG) was injected with horseradish peroxidase (HRP) in 6 hemispheres of 5 rhesus monkeys. The retrograde transport of HRP resulted in the labelingExpand
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The Hippocampal Formation of the Primate Brain
The long-standing interest of neuroscientists in the hippocampal formation has occurred from the perspective of two rather different points of view. On the one hand, the comparatively simpleExpand
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Ventral striatum and ventral pallidum: Components of the motor system?
Abstract Recent investigations demonstrate that the boundaries of the basal ganglia extend towards the ventral surface of the mammalian brain, and the terms ventral striatum and ventral pallidum haveExpand
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Cortico-striate projections in the rhesus monkey: The organization of certain cortico-caudate connections
The organization of cortical projections to the caudate nucleus was investigated in the rhesus monkey, using the autoradiographic tracing method. Following injections of tritiated leucine and prolineExpand
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Non-hippocampal cortical projections from the entorhinal cortex in the rat and rhesus monkey
The entorhinal cortices are known to give rise to powerful projections that terminate in the hippocampus and dentate gyrus. Collectively, these link the hippocampal formation to many parts of theExpand
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