Archicortex

 

 

This is the most primitive part of the telencephalon. It is also called archipallium. The following are parts of the human archicortex found buried in the parahippocampal gyrus

 
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Hippocampal formation

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Indiseum griseum

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Fasciolar gyrus

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Dentate gyrus

 

 

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Schematic  diagram showing limbic lobe containg  1 cingulate gyrus 2 parahippocampal gyrus and the subcallosal gyrus
 
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Temporal lobe Basal ganglia Epithalamus Cerebral operculum Remove operculum Wall of lateral ventricle 1
Wall of lateral ventricle 2 Wall of lateral ventricle 3 Lateral ventricle 1 Lateral ventricle 2 Base Rhomboid fossa

 

 


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