Component of the temporal lobe on the mesial surface. The rostral and caudal boundaries of the entorhinal cortex are the rostral end of the collateral sulcus and the caudal end of the amygdala respectively. The medial boundary is the medial aspect of the temporal lobe and the lateral boundary is the collateral sulcus. (DK). [ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Entorhinal_cortex ]

Synonyms: entorhinal area

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Term information

Subsets

uberon_slim, efo_slim, pheno_slim

latin term
cortex entorhinalis [ NeuroNames:168 ]

latin term
area entorhinalis (28,34) [ NeuroNames:168 ]

latin term
area entorhinalis ventralis et dorsalis [ NeuroNames:168 ]

depicted by

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/f/f8/Gray-Brodman-Entorhinal_Cortex_EC_.png

editor note

TODO - check area vs complex. MBA:909 this is part of the hippocampal formation via retrohippocampal region

has related synonym

area entorhinalis ventralis et dorsalis
Brodmann's area 28
entorhinal cortex
area entorhinalis (28,34)
cortex entorhinalis

id

UBERON:0002728

taxon notes

In primates it is found on the medial surface of the temporal lobe, partially bounded ventrolaterally by the collateral sulcus in the human and by the rhinal sulcus in the macaque. It is subdivided on the basis of internal structure into eight parts in the human ( Insausti-2004 ),and seven parts in the macaque ( Paxinos-2009a ). In the rat and mouse it is divided into a lateral part of the entorhinal area and a medial part of the entorhinal area; the latter is further divided into dorsal and ventral zones to produce three subdivisions in the rodent ( Swanson-2004 )