Book - Comparative Study of the Sensory Areas of the Human Cortex Figures

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Cajal SR. Comparative Study of the Sensory Areas of the Human Cortex (1899)

1899 Human Sensory Cortex: 1. The Visual Cortex | 2. Layer of the Large Stellate Cells | 3. The Sensori-Motor Cortex | Figures | Cajal
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Santiago Ramón y Cajal
Santiago Ramón y Cajal

"In order to respond worthily to the gracious invitation with which Clark University has honored me, I ought to offer you, as was my original intention, a work of synthesis, a general summary of the present state of our knowledge of the minute anatomy of the nervous system. Unfortunately, the duties of my professorship, every day more pressing, have deprived me of the time necessary for the accomplishment of such a task, and have compelled me to moderate my ambition, and to limit it to presenting to you a modest analytical contribution to our knowledge of the microscopical structure of the sensory centres of the human cerebral cortex, a subject to which I have devoted the leisure of the past months."


1899 Human Sensory Cortex: 1. The Visual Cortex | 2. Layer of the Large Stellate Cells | 3. The Sensori-Motor Cortex | Figures | Cajal

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1899 Human Sensory Cortex: 1. The Visual Cortex | 2. Layer of the Large Stellate Cells | 3. The Sensori-Motor Cortex | Figures | Cajal

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