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hip·po·camp

 (hĭp′ə-kămp′) or hip·po·cam·pus (hĭp′ə-kăm′pəs)
n. pl. hip·po·camps or hip·po·cam·pi (-pī′) Greek & Roman Mythology
A marine creature having the head and forelegs of a horse and the body and tail of a dolphin or fish.

[Late Latin, from Greek hippokampos : hippos, horse; see ekwo- in Indo-European roots + kampos, sea monster.]
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In 21% of our patients we have a single infarction placed in hippocamp, medial thalamus and caudate nucleus.
Positron-emission tomography (PET) scanning of the resting brain shows that components of the cerebral cortex (prefrontal cortex, hippocamp us, striatum) and areas connecting the cerebral cortex to the limbic system exhibit the most energy consumption in the brain during rest (Figure 3, page 46).
Another version of this sea creature, with the hippocamp carrying a figure on its back, is attributed to Bartolomeo Ammanati and resides in the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore.
Local distinctions in a rate of damage can be explained that excitatory amino acids selectively influences on CA1 in area of hippocamp, on olygodendroglia and neuronal cells on border of periventricular areas, especially in a developing brain.
But generous readers across the region raised enough money for a life-changing Hippocamp, an all-terrain wheelchair for Elliot, usable on water and compact for aeroplanes.
I suppose you could say "Cambridge" enhanced a certain lyric, elegaic, and satyric poetic disposition already encompassed in my hippocamp.
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And, after their application was successful, they got the Hippocamp.