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fimbria hippocampi


Definition: a narrow sharp-edged crest of white fiber matter, continuous with the alveus hippocampi, attached to the medial border of the hippocampus; composed of efferent fibers of the hippocampus that form the fornix, fibers of the hippocampal commissure, and septohippocampal fibers.

Synonym(s): fimbria of hippocampusTA, corpus fimbriatum1, tenia hippocampi

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