A cytoarchitecturally defined portion of the periamygdalar area and the cortical amygdalar nucleus at the caudal extreme of the amygdala. [ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amygdalohippocampal_area ]

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Term information

latin term
area periamygdalae caudalis ventralis [ NeuroNames:2028 ]

latin term
area amygdalohippocampalis [ NeuroNames:2028 ]

abbreviation
AHA [ DHBA:10377 ]

definition

A cytoarchitecturally defined portion of the periamygdalar area and the cortical amygdalar nucleus at the caudal extreme of the amygdala.

has related synonym

area periamygdalae caudalis ventralis

posterior amygdalar nucleus

posterior nucleus amygdala

posterior nucleus of the amygdala

amygdalohippocampal area

AHA

amygdalo-hippocampal area

area parahippocampalis

amygdalohippocampal transition area

area amygdalohippocampalis

id

UBERON:0034673

taxon notes

All authors regard it as occupying the caudal third of the amygdala, which abuts the hippocampal formation. In the human ( Mai-1997 ) and the macaque ( Amaral-1992 ) it is located close to the medial surface of the temporal lobe; it is bounded internally by the posterior cortical amygdalar nucleus and the temporal horn of the lateral ventricle. In the rat ( Swanson-2004 ) and mouse ( Hof-2000 ) it is bounded largely by the posterior cortical amygdalar nucleus and the accessory basal nucleus (known as the basomedial nucleus of the amygdala in rodents); the stria terminalis separates it from the ventricle. According to some authors the amygdalohippocampal area extends anteriorly to occupy the caudal half of the amygdala. These authors divide the area into two or three parts, which in the human ( Olmos-2004 ), the rat ( Paxinos-2009b ), and the mouse ( Franklin-2008 ) are named on the basis of location: anterolateral, posterolateral and posteromedial parts. In the macaque ( Paxinos-2009a ) the rostral portion of the area is divided into two parts on the basis of cellular morphology: magnocellular and parvicellular parts. Some authors refer to the area in rodents as the 'posterior amygdalar nucleus' ( Swanson-2004; Hof-2000 ).[http://braininfo.rprc.washington.edu/centraldirectory.aspx?ID=2028]