Development of the corpus callosum and cavum septi in man

@article{Raki1968DevelopmentOT,
  title={Development of the corpus callosum and cavum septi in man},
  author={Pasko Raki{\'c} and Paul I. Yakovlev},
  journal={Journal of Comparative Neurology},
  year={1968},
  volume={132}
}
The development of the cerebral commissures, septal area, primordium hippocampi, septum pellucidum and cavum septi was followed from early embryonal stages to term. The growth of the corpus callosum was measured from the fourth fetal month to maturity. It was concluded that the development of the corpus callosum is preceded by the infolding of the dorsal part of the lamina reuniens of His (1904) in the region of the prospective hippocampus into a median groove, and by fusion of its banks into a… 
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