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The comparative anatomy of the nervous system of vertebrates, including man
Correlative Anatomy of the Nervous System
The medical neurologist and neurosurgeon will find it indispensable as an authoritative source of information and a guide to the pertinent literature. Expand
The nuclei and fiber paths of the avian diencephalon, with consideration of telencephalic and certain mesencephalic centers and connections
Studies of the vertebrate telencephalon. II. The nuclear pattern of the anterior olfactory nucleus, tuberculum olfactorium and the amygdaloid complex in adult man
Target physiologic corroboration in stereotaxic cervical cordotomy.
The four accepted steps of stereotaxic surgery must be followed: 1) definition of the radiologic coordinates of the target; 2) the use of a precision apparatus to approach thetarget; 3) physiological confirmation of the targets; and 4) precise destruction of thetarget. Expand
Studies of the vertebrate telencephalon. III. The amygdaloid complex in the shrew (Blarina brevicauda)
On thalamic and tectal nuclei and fiber paths in the brain of the American alligator