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26. , in VLp, CM and STh nuclei) and the strong immunostaining to CR in posterior part of the CL nucleus, in register with darkly stained cell clusters visible also in Nissl. Among the fiber tracts seen in myelin section and represented in grey areas in the map, the fasciculus cerebellothalamic (fct ) and, to a lesser extent, the fasciculus thalamicus (ft ) are enhanced in PV immunostaining. Scale bar (A): 5 mm. 1). Notice the clear delineation of the CL nucleus on the basis of the distributions of AChE, CB- and CR-ir, and the strong AChE staining in medial CM/Pf and in STh nucleus, except for its ventral portion (B).
36 52 4 Basal Ganglia Interest in the basal ganglia has grown particularly since the development of new surgical targets for pharmacotherapy-resistant parkinsonian patients and of animal models of the disease. This has led to a great number of investigations directed at the anatomical and functional (physiological and pathophysiological) organization of the basal ganglia (41,42,58–61,87). Because of this, the extension of this atlas to include the basal ganglia appeared necessary to cover major domains of stereotactic functional neurosurgery.
These transitions, though more subtle, correspond to changes in the expression of SMI-32-ir, with progressive lower densities in T2 to T4 (Fig. 49). The patterns seen in Acb extend posteriorly to the level of the subcommissural pallidum and subpallidal area (sPal). , Figs. 49) and the appearance of the basal nucleus of Meynert (B). This region corresponds closely to the extended amygdala described by others (59,87,97,103) and also comprising the ansa peduncularis (ap), linking the amygdala to the hypothalamus and to the rostral parts of MD and R through the inferior thalamic peduncle (94).