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This volume, emanating from the Brain Institute in Moscow, presents four papers. In "Ontogenesis of the Isocortex in Man," G. I. Poliakov describes the anatomy of the isocortical part of the lamina corticalis in a human embryo whose crown-coccyx length was 90 mm. In a paper entitled "Variability of the Structure of the Cerebral Cortex of the Temporal-Basal Region of the Adult," P. S. Blinkov presents an anatomic study of ten human cerebral hemispheres. J. Shevchenko presents a paper on "The Variability of the Cerebral Cortex in Higher Anthropoids," and A. S. Chernyshev on the anatomy of "The Superior Limbic Region in Monkeys." A separate atlas consisting of eighty photomicrographs, illustrating the work of the authors, accompanies the text.
Trudy Instituta Mozga. Vypusk II. JAMA. 1937;108(16):1369. doi:10.1001/jama.1937.02780160061029
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