Frontoclaustral interrelations in cats and dogs.

@article{Narkiewicz1972FrontoclaustralII,
  title={Frontoclaustral interrelations in cats and dogs.},
  author={Olgierd Narkiewicz},
  journal={Acta neurobiologiae experimentalis},
  year={1972},
  volume={32 2},
  pages={
          141-50
        }
}
In 13 cats and 5 dogs various parts of the frontal lobe were removed. As a result terminal degenerations in the rostral quarter of the insular claustrum were found by Nauta and Fink-Heimer II methods. In cats with motor cortex lesions, the degenerations were localized more dorsally than in cats with removals of the frontoorbital cortex, but there is a large overlap between degenerating areas of the claustrum in both groups of animals. In the dog it even seems possible to differentiate claustral… CONTINUE READING

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