The limbic system is an aggregate of structures within the brain located just lateral to the thalamus and superior to the brain stem, but deep to the cerebral cortex. This region is understood to have links to emotional, motivational, and memory processes that connect to other parts of the brain. Clinically, some disorders occur when parts of the limbic system suffer a lesion. These may include Wernicke-Korsakoff syndrome (memory), Kluver-Bucy syndrome (emotional, motivational), and Alzheimer disease (memory). An understanding of the anatomical location and function of the limbic system will aid in localization of neurologic pathology in the future.
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