Fornix of the Brain: Structure & Function – Human Anatomy | Kenhub

Fornix of the Brain: Structure & Function - Human Anatomy | Kenhub

This video explores the anatomy, structure and function of the fornix of the brain, the major output tract of the hippocampus. Quiz yourself on the medial view of the brain at https://khub.me/nzq6a

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The fornix of the brain is a c-shaped bundle of nerve fibers in the limbic system, functioning as the main output tract of the hippocampus and as a commissural fiber.

The fornix is situated on both sides of the medial aspect of the cerebral hemispheres and comprised of:
– columns
– body
– crura
– alveus

The primary function of the fornix is to connect the hippocampus to the mammillary bodies of the hypothalamus, the mammillary bodies to the anterior nuclei of the thalamus and the hippocampus to the septal nuclei in the nucleus accumbens.

It is part of the limbic system, which is involved in motivation, learning, emotion, memory and cognitive functions.

In this video we will go over the structure and function of the fornix and go over the anatom of its most important aspects and pathways:

– 0:12 fornix as commissural fiber
– 1:01 fornix location and structure
– 1:50 functions of the fornix

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