G. P. Kozlova

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In its form most frequently (64%) found the angular gyrus was &ll/~ shaped (Fig. 4). In 26% of cases the classical shape described in the textbooks was found(connection with the posterior end of the superior temporal gyrus -Fig. 5). The degree of prominence of the shapes of the angular gyrus varied considerably. In 10% of cases an angular gyrus of the first(More)
While studying the cerebellar grey nuclei in serial horizontal sections performed at the distance of 0.5 mm from each other, a considerable individual variability was revealed. For example, the denticulate nucleus, which has greater dimentions than other cerebellar nuclei, was present in all preparations in all three planes. The emboliform nucleus, which(More)
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