History:Book - Contributions to the Development of the Human Brain (1919)

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Beiträge zur Entwicklungsgeschichte des menschlichen Gehirns (1919)


Ferdinand Hochstädter (1861-1954)

Plate 1

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Fig. 1. Profile view of the brain of Fig, gr L. 3.34 mm (magnification 50 x).

Fig. 2. View of the brain of Pi 1, of the peak area (magnification 50 x)

Fig. 3. View of the forebrain of Pi 1, of the basal ago (magnification 50 x)

Fig. 4. Profile view of the brain from Ha 4, size L 4.84 mm (magnification 25 x)

Fig. 5. View of the brain, the parietal region (magnification 50 x)

Fig. 6. Profile view of the brain of No. 3, size L. 4.08 mm (magnification 25 x)

Fig. 7. Profile view of the brain from Fri, 1, 5 gr L. 5.98 mm (magnification 25 x)

Fig. 8. Cave view of the front and midbrain of Fr 1 (Magnification 25 x)

Fig. 9. Profile view of the brain of Li 1, gr. L. 6.00 mm (magnification 25 x)

Plate 2

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Plate 3

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Plate 4

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Plate 5

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Plate 6

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Plate 7

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Plate 8

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Plate 9

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Plate 10

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Plate 11

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Plate 12

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Plate 13

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Plate 14

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Plate 15

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Human Brain Links : Book | Plate 1 | Plate 2 | Plate 3 | Plate 4 | Plate 5 | Plate 6 | Plate 7 | Plate 8 | Plate 9 | Plate 10 | Plate 11 | Plate 12 | Plate 13 | Plate 14 | Plate 15
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Reference

Hochstädter F. Contributions to the Development of the Human Brain (Beiträge zur Entwicklungsgeschichte des menschlichen Gehirns) (1919) Franz Deuticke, Vienna and Leipzig.



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