HIPPOCAMPUS MINOR, CALCAR AVIS, AND THE HUXLEY‐OWEN DEBATE

@article{Owen2009HIPPOCAMPUSMC,
  title={HIPPOCAMPUS MINOR, CALCAR AVIS, AND THE HUXLEY‐OWEN DEBATE},
  author={C. M. Owen and A. Howard and D. Binder},
  journal={Neurosurgery},
  year={2009},
  volume={65},
  pages={1098–1105}
}
ON THE BICENTENNIAL of Darwin's birth, we describe the origin of the calcar avis and summarize the debate around this structure, which played a central role in the evolution debate in the mid-19th century. We performed a comprehensive review of relevant neuroanatomic literature, bibliographic sources, and 19th century primary sources. Once known as the hippocampus minor, the structure now known as the calcar avis is an involution of the ventricular wall produced by the calcarine fissure. A… Expand
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