By G. Lazorthes (auth.), Professeur Dr. André Gouaze, Professeur Dr. Georges Salamon (eds.)

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The alveus arcs superiorly and medially to fonn the thick fimbria (F), which projects medial and superior to the dentate gyrus; crossed white arrow, dentatofimbrial fissure. The fimbria recurves laterally toward the temporal hom fonning the taenia fomicis (double-crossed white arrow). The taenia choroidea (fishtail white arrow) lies immediately adjacent to the stria semicircularis (small's' above temporal hom) and the tail (tc) of the caudate nucleus. The choroidal fissure actually lies between the taeniae fomicis and choroidalis, but in common usage is considered to be the entire CSF space between the fimbria and the diencephalon.

The hippocampal fissure (small black arrows), which lies between the dentate gyrus and the parahippocampal gyrus, is directly continuous, around the splenium, with the callosal sulcus (small black arrows), which lies between the supracallosal gyrus and the cingulate gyrus. The cingulate sulcus (small white arrows in a) separates the cingulate gyrus from the medial frontal and parietal cortices. The calcarine sulcus (CS) extends anterior to the parietooccipital sulcus (PS) as the anterior cal carine sulcus (AS).

The gyrus rectus (GR). the anterior (single black arrowhead) and posterior (double black arrowheads) parolfactory sulci and the paraterminal gyrus (P) are anatomically related to the subcallosal area. The den- The Hippocampal Formation and Related Structures of the Limbic Lobe 35 tate gyrus ((DG in b) becomes the fasciolar gyrus (tip of pointer in b) under the splenium and then passes around the splenium to become the indusium griseum (IG) of the supracallosal gyrus. The lateral longitudinal stria (closed white arrowheads) forms one of the slightly elevated white tracts of the supracallosal gyrus.

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