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A technique is described for finding the pineal body of the dog. The posterior half of the skull is cut a little behind the parietofrontal suture, through the occipital condyles. The cerebral hemispheres and cerebellum are carefully sliced, disclosing the pineal at the frontal edge of the colliculi. Two types of cells are present, those with completely… (More)