septal area
The term septal area refers to a composite structure of the endbrain that consists of the subcallosal gyrus and the paraterminal gyrus ( Carpenter-1983 ). For a review of semantic differences in the use of the word "septal" and the various components attributed to it, see Anthoney-1994.

Also known as: paraterminal bodyNeuroNames ID : 2079

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