A Record of Experiments Illustrative of the Symptomatology and Degenerations Following Lesions of the Cerebellum and Its Peduncles and Related Structures in Monkeys

@article{FerrierARO,
  title={A Record of Experiments Illustrative of the Symptomatology and Degenerations Following Lesions of the Cerebellum and Its Peduncles and Related Structures in Monkeys},
  author={David Ferrier and William Aldren Turner},
  journal={Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B},
  volume={185},
  pages={719-778}
}
series of experiments, which are recorded in this paper, was undertaken for the se of ascertaining the effects, temporary or permanent, following total or partial ation of the cerebellum and section of its peduncles; and more especially with a of determining by microscopic examination the position and relations of the dary degenerations which might be induced. But, before this research had made progress, the works of Luciani (1) and Marchi (2) on a similar subject had red. Until Luciani… 
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