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Lateral olfactory area

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Lateral olfactory area: evolutionarily old area of olfactory system; composed of prepyriform and pyriform cortex plus the cortical portion of the amygdaloid nuclei; only area of cerebral cortex where sensory signals pass directly without first going through the thalamus.
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