Researches on the pathology of the brain. Part II. On Apoplexy by Abercrombie, John

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Statementby John Abercrombie
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Pagination71 p.
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With humans the hemispheres of the third bulge, or new brain, expanded to enfold the first two bulges inward around the top of the brain stem. The first two bulges form the limbus or edge of the cerebral cortex and so are called the Limbic Cortex.

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