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Concerning voluntary and involuntary movements; the role of cortico-spinal and subcortico-spinal mechanisms with a concept as to the origin of movements

Concerning voluntary and involuntary movements; the role of cortico-spinal and subcortico-spinal mechanisms with a concept as to the origin of movements

Bulletin of the new York Academy of Medicine 25(9): 566-576

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