Entorhinal cortex

Entorhinal cortex; the gateway to the hippocampus necessary for learning and memory storage includes Brodmannarea (BA) 28, and parts of BA 34 and BA 35. The area is located on the upper side of the parahippocampal winding. The entorhinal cortex receives signal flows from the large association cortex fields in the crown, neck and temporal lobes and in turn sends signals into the hippocampal complex (via tractus perforans to the tooth cortex).