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Functions and Diseases of the Frontal Lobe in Man [Leistung und Erkrankung des menschlichen Stirnhirns, 1 Theil, Graz, 1902]. (Reported in Neurol. Cbl., Oct. 16th, 1902.) Anton and Zingerle

  • William W. Ireland
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There are still many unsolved questions about the functions of the frontal lobe; most investigators think that it contains centres for the muscles of the head and trunk, while Munk places them on the convexity of the hemispheres, and Horsley on the median plane of the marginal gyrus. It seems certain that in front of the sulcus præcentralis there are centres for the movements of the eye. The frontal lobe has an influence on the maintenance of the bodily equilibrium.

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Functions and Diseases of the Frontal Lobe in Man [Leistung und Erkrankung des menschlichen Stirnhirns, 1 Theil, Graz, 1902]. (Reported in Neurol. Cbl., Oct. 16th, 1902.) Anton and Zingerle

  • William W. Ireland
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