Cerebrocortical microdysgenesis with anomalous callosal connections: a case study in the rat.

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A spontaneously occurring area of cerebrocortical microdysgenesis, resembling microgyria, and having its origin during development was noted in the left auditory cortex of a rat which had received a callosal section in adult life. Adjoining sections were prepared with cresyl violet for visualization of cell bodies, and by the Fink-Heimer method for… (More)

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@article{Rosen1989CerebrocorticalMW, title={Cerebrocortical microdysgenesis with anomalous callosal connections: a case study in the rat.}, author={Glenn D. Rosen and Albert M. Galaburda and Gordon F Sherman}, journal={The International journal of neuroscience}, year={1989}, volume={47 3-4}, pages={237-47} }