P Fernández Alvarez

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The basal ganglia are very similarly disposed in superior animal, but their way of grouping is different in human species and domestic mammals. We have studied them in the dog, except for the Nucleus accumbens, from macroscopic and microscopic points of view, with the help of 25 and 50 pm thick transverse serial sections, stained by Nissl's technique. Each(More)
The organization of the thalamus varies considerably from species to species. This article reports a tridimensional study of the canine thalamus in which 18 nuclei were distinguished on the basis of their delimitation in sections and their differing cytoarchitectonic characteristics, the latter having been objectively quantified by means of an image(More)
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