<p>Columns are the observed brain areas, and rows their cytoarchitectonic probability classes. Colors indicate the relative over- (red) or under- (blue) representation of a structure-class in the lesion volume. White indicates no overlap between lesion and structure probability map, and black indicates probability classes that are not represented in the cytoarchitectonic map. P<sub>excess</sub> values indicate how much more likely a structure was observed in the lesion volume as could be expected from its own probability distribution, and thus reflect how central to the area the lesion volume is. BL = Basolateral, SF = Superficial, and CM = Central-Medial, which are all amygdala subregions, and CA = Cornu Ammonis, SC = Subicular Complex, EC = Entorhinal Cortex, and HA = Hippocampal-Amygdaloid Transition Area, which are all subregions of the hippocampus.</p
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