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Fronto-pontine bundle and associated projection fibers of the frontal lobe following frontal leucotomy; a preliminary survey of eighteen specimens in sagittal serial sections



Fronto-pontine bundle and associated projection fibers of the frontal lobe following frontal leucotomy; a preliminary survey of eighteen specimens in sagittal serial sections



Transactions of the American Neurological Association 3(78th Meeting): 286-291




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