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Periventricular lesions in the centrum semiovale are the most frequent changes in the brain in chronic relapsing experimental encephalomyelitis in guinea-pigs. They are generally distributed symmetrically at the lateral angle of the ventricular wall. The number of lesions and their size increases in anterior-posterior direction. Typically periventricular(More)
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