Fig. 124. Island of Reil in Anthropoids and Human Brain
A. The more common condition of the Island of Reil in Anthropoids.
B. The complete isolation of the Island of Reil, the condition seen constantly in the Human Brain and occasionally in the Anthropoid.
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