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R. Eggert, co-worker of the author. 31 FIG. ol. lts @kl(DcoPies (modified) accadirg to STEPHAN (1975) LATERAL AND MEDIAL CORTEX CEREBRI 11 ----11 32 Fig. 16 A Cercopithecus ascanius (species of monkey) B Homo recens Development of Allocortex in monkey and man with further reduction of Rhinencephalon (Palaeocortex) and differentiation of Archicortex (Tractus mammilothalamicus, Corpus mammilare, Fornix, Hippocampus, Gyrus dentatus, Fasciola cinerea, Stria lateralis of Gyrus cinguli, Area subcallosa and posterior part of Gyrus rectus).
43 FIG. 21 Induseun lr'spu ~ tcrperu tallos, =allocomul arM Sulcus clngulo Irts'duall 1 to 1 ' .. n t • 01 lI"Otodur.. em LATERAL AND MEDIAL CORTEX CEREBRI .... I 144 ---1 Fig. 22. Anatomical preparation after step U * • According to a photograph of Priv. Doz. Dr. H. R. Eggert, co-worker of the author. 45 FIG. lat. Gyrus Cll'9UIt BASAL GANGLIA, LATERAL AND 3RD VENTRICLEL-I 1 46 -----1 Chapter 3 Basal Ganglia, Lateral and 3rd Ventricle (Figs. 23 to 32) Figs. 23 to 32. Dissection in the depth of the hemisphere.
Parieto-occipitotemporal segments of Corona radiata and aU long association fibers which connect occipital and temporal lobe with anterior parts of the hemisphere, must pass this small area. Penetration of white matter between Sylvian fissure and Atrium would damage important functions of the hemisphere 13 Opening of Cornu post. ) A" As A'. The probe must be positioned in the anterior part of the Sulcus calcarinus B Coronal anatomical diagram for A' and A" 57 ==--- I FIG. ISYlV~t. \ \ \ \ \. \ - - .....