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Basal Forebrain Components – Schizophrenia – Limbic Connections

Basal Forebrain Components – Schizophrenia – Limbic Connections

This is the PowerPoint version of the Video created by Dr Sanjoy Sanyal, Professor and Course Director of Neuroscience. The components of Basal Forebrain are described, followed by the Meso-limbic and Meso-cortical Pathways. Then their role in Drug Addiction and Schizophrenia are explained. Finally the Hippocampal Formation, Septal Areas and Amygdala Connections are demonstrated graphically. YouTube video will be embedded shortly after the appropriate slides. This is purely for educational purposes and no copyright infringement is intended. Tags: Basal Forebrain, Mesolimbic, Mesocortical, Drug Addiction, Schizophrenia, NAc Pathway, Hippocampal Formation, Septal Areas, Amygdala, Sanjoy Sanyal, Professor, Neuroscience Educational Value: These topics are either not clearly explained in books... Show More
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3 years ago

This is the PowerPoint version of the Video created by Dr Sanjoy Sanyal, Professor and Course Director of Neuroscience. The components of Basal Forebrain are described, followed by the Meso-limbic and Meso-cortical Pathways. Then their role in Drug Addiction and Schizophrenia are explained. Finally the Hippocampal Formation, Septal Areas and Amygdala Connections are demonstrated graphically.

YouTube video will be embedded shortly after the appropriate slides.

This is purely for educational purposes and no copyright infringement is intended.

Tags: Basal Forebrain, Mesolimbic, Mesocortical, Drug Addiction, Schizophrenia, NAc Pathway, Hippocampal Formation, Septal Areas, Amygdala, Sanjoy Sanyal, Professor, Neuroscience

Educational Value: These topics are either not clearly explained in books and / or not clearly understood by many students and residents. Therefore this material aims to simplify the material through pictures and video

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