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The Minute Changes in the Cerebral Cortex consecutive to Experimental Mutilations of the Cerebellum [Le fine alterazioni della corteccia cerebrale consecutive a mutilazioni cerebellari sperimentali]. (Arch. di psichiat., vol. xxi, fasc. iv, v.) Christiani

  • W. C. Sullivan
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In two dogs and one guinea-pig killed a year and a half after the total removal of the cerebellum, Christiani has examined the condition of the cerebral cortex, directing his attention particularly to the frontal lobes and the motor area. Sections were prepared by the Nissl, Weigert, and alum-carmine methods. The results are given in very brief summary without illustrations.

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The Minute Changes in the Cerebral Cortex consecutive to Experimental Mutilations of the Cerebellum [Le fine alterazioni della corteccia cerebrale consecutive a mutilazioni cerebellari sperimentali]. (Arch. di psichiat., vol. xxi, fasc. iv, v.) Christiani

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