Correlative Neurosciences: Fundamental Mechanisms by T. Tokizane, J.P. Schade

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10. Schematic summary of the courses and terminations of the medial forebrain bundle (MFB) and A-group of fibers. The small black squares show the site of the lesion. (A), A-group of fibers: ACA, anterior limb of the anterior commissure; AD, anterodorsal thalamic nucleus; AH, anterior hypothalamic nucleus; AHIP, anterior continuation of the hippocampus; AHM, medial hypothalamic area; AM, anteromedial thalamic nucleus; APL, lateral preoptic area; APM, medial preoptic area; AV, anteroventral thalamic nucleus; BOLF, olfactory bulb; (C), C-group of fibers; CC, corpus callosum: D, nucleus of Darkschewitsch; EW, nucleus of Edinger-Westphal; HIP, hippocampus; HL, lateral habenular nucleus; H M , medial habenular nucleus; IS, interstitial nucleus of Cajal; LH, lateral hypothalamic nucleus; LT, lateral thalamic nucleus; MD, mediodorsal thalamic nucleus; ML, lateral mamillary nucleus; MM, medial mamillary nucleus; OA(P), pars posterior of the anterior olfactory nucleus; PCMS, precommissural portion of the septum; PT, pretectal nucleus; PTAE, parataenial nucleus; PVA, anterior paraventricular nucleus; RT, thalamic reticular nucleus; SGC, central gray substance; SH, septohippocampal nucleus; SPL.

That is, the medial forebrain bundle is divided into the tubercular and septal groups. Fibers originating in the anterior olfactory nucleus, the olfactory tubercle, and the precommissural portion References p. 39-43 32 T. B A N Fig. 17. Schematic summary of the courses and terminations of the medial forebrain bundle (MFB) and mamillothalamic tract (MT) observed in our experiments. Abbreviations are the same as shown in Fig. 10. AQ, cerebral aqueduct; CA, anterior commissure; CHOP,optic chiasm; COLI, inferior colliculus; COLS, superior colliculus; CORA, Arnmon’s horn; CP, posterior commissure; IP, interpeduncular nucleus; MT, mamillothalamic tract; PRA, preamygdaloid cortex; TV, ventral tegmental nucleus.

10 and 17. The fiber group running mediad from the olfactory tubercle, and the fiber group forming the diagonal band of Broca from the septal nuclei enter the medial forebrain bundle and terminate in the rostra1 part of the midbrain tegmentum bilaterally. That is, the medial forebrain bundle is divided into the tubercular and septal groups. Fibers originating in the anterior olfactory nucleus, the olfactory tubercle, and the precommissural portion References p. 39-43 32 T. B A N Fig. 17. Schematic summary of the courses and terminations of the medial forebrain bundle (MFB) and mamillothalamic tract (MT) observed in our experiments.

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