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[1.] Br/Fragment 011 06 - Diskussion
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Br, Fragment, Gesichtet, O’Neal 2007, SMWFragment, Schutzlevel sysop, Verschleierung

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The hippocampus proper is composed of regions with tightly packed pyramidal neurons, mainly as CA1, CA2 and CA3. The CA1-CA3 subfields are called the Cornu Ammonis or Ammon’s horn for its resemblance to a ram’s horn of the Egyptian God Ammon. The CA1 region is also called the superior region, which composed of tightly packed pyramidal cells. These cells become loosely packed in CA2 and CA3 region (also called the inferior region) and this thinning denotes the boundary between the two areas. The CA3 region marks the transition from the hippocampus proper to the dentate gyrus (Isaacson, 1982). The dentate gyrus is part of the large hippocampal formation (which is often referred to simply as the hippocampus) that includes the dentate gyrus and the subiculum (Giap et al., 2000).

• Giap BT, Jong CN, Ricker JH, Cullen NK, Zafonte RD (2000) The hippocampus: anatomy, pathophysiology, and regenerative capacity. J Head Trauma Rehabil.15:875-94.

• Isaacson R (1982) The Limbic System (2nd ed). New York, London. Plenum Press.

The hippocampus proper is divided into four zones called the cornu Ammonis (CA regions 1-4) or Ammon’s horn for its supposed resemblance to a ram’s horn. The CA1 region forms what is also called the superior region, which is comprised of a dense layer of pyramidal cells. These cells become less dense as they approach the CA3 region (also called the inferior region) and this thinning denotes the boundary between the two areas. The CA4 region marks the transition from the hippocampus proper (specifically the CA3) to the dentate gyrus (Isaacson, 1982). The dentate gyrus is part of the larger hippocampal formation (which is often referred to simply as the hippocampus) that encompasses the four CA regions, the dentate gyrus, and the subiculum (Giap et al., 2000).

Isaacson, R., (1982). The Limbic System (2nd ed.). New York, London. Plenum Press.

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[2.] Br/Fragment 011 18 - Diskussion
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Br, Fragment, Gesichtet, KomplettPlagiat, SMWFragment, Schutzlevel sysop, Wilson 2005

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The hippocampus receives highly processed multi-modal information from the association cortices (Amaral and Witter, 1995), that is, inputs from all the sensory modalities, vision, hearing, touch, etc, have already converged and been preliminarily associated with one another by the time they reach the hippocampus.

• Amaral DG, Witter MP (1995) Hippocampal formation. In: G. Paxinos, Editor, The Rat Nervous System (2nd edition ed.) Academic Press, San Diego (1995), pp. 443–493.

The hippocampus receives highly processed multi-modal information from the association cortices (Amaral and Witter, 1995). That is, inputs from all the sensory modalities, vision, hearing, touch, etc., have already converged and been preliminarily associated with one another by the time they reach the hippocampus.

Amaral, D.G., and Witter, M.P. (1995). Hippocampal formation. In: The rat nervous system, 2nd ed, Paxinos, G. ed., (San Diego: Academic Press) pp. 443-493.

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[3.] Br/Fragment 011 21 - Diskussion
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The hippocampus has direct connections to the entorhinal cortex via the subiculum. Outputs from these structures can affect many other areas of the brain. For example the entorhinal cortex projects to the cingulated cortex, which has connections to the temporal lobe cortex, orbital cortex, and olfactory bulb. Thus, all of these areas can be influenced by hippocampal output, primarily from CA1. It has direct connections to the entorhinal cortex (via the subiculum) and the amygdala. Outputs from these structures can then affect many other areas of the brain (Fig. 1). For example, the entorhinal cortex projects to the cingulate cortex, which has a connection to the temporal lobe cortex, orbital cortex, and olfactory bulb. Thus, all of these areas can be influenced by hippocampal output, primarily from CA1.
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