Paper - A contribution to the study of the cerebral cortex in man

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Mellus EL. A contribution to the study of the cerebral cortex in man. (1911) Anat. Rec. 5: 473-482.

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Note this 1911 paper describes cortex development as it was understood at the time.

See also by this author - Mellus EL. The development of the cerebral cortex. (1912) Amer. J Anat. 14: 107-118.

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A Contribution to the Study of the Cerebral Cortex in Man

E. Lindon Mellus

From the Anatomical Laboratory of the Johns Hopkins University (1912)

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