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Fibers pass in the ventrolateral part of the fimbria and leave the postcommissural fornix rostrally to the interventricular foramen in the form of a compact bundle. Fibers run on the outer side of the NPE, then tum caudally between the two suprachiasmatic nuclei. From there they travel periventricularly and with experimental degeneration methods they can be followed through the medial retrochiasmatic area to the arcuate nucleus (Nauta 1956, Raisman et al. 1966, Raisman 1970, Zaborszky et al. 1972).
2 Connections Between the Hippocampus and the MBH Topography of Pathways. Hippocampal efferents run rostrally in the superior fornix and in the fimbria. In the septum, after some degree of mixing, they form the pre- and postcommissural fornix. The latter contains the third hippocampal bundle, the medial corticohypothaiamic tract. The data of earlier experimental degeneration studies (Nauta 1956, Raisman et al. 1966, Valenstein and Nauta 1971) were substantially revised by autoradiographic fiber tracing (Meibach and Siegel 1977a, Swanson and Cowan 1977).
There were definitely fewer labeled cells after more lateral RCA and NA injections. Sporadic HRP-positive cells were seen after NPE injections. Apart from the medial nucleus, the posteromedial nucleus contained the highest number of labeled cells. The most massive reaction was brought about by the infiltration of the zone between the NA and the NVM (Fig. 23). Reactions of 'decreasing magnitude were resulted from the NPE, RCA, and NA injections, and the lowest number of labeled cells were seen after the infiltration of the central part of the NVM.
Afferent Connections of the Medial Basal Hypothalamus by Dr. med. habil. László Záborszky (auth.)