Paper - The connexions of the posterior commissure in the human foetus and young infant

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Keene MF. The connexions of the posterior commissure: a study of its development and myelination in the human foetus and young infant, of its phylogenetic development, and of degenerative changes resulting from certain experimental lesions. (1938) J Anat. 72(4): 488-501. PMID 17104719

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This historic 1938 paper by Keene describes neural posterior commissure development.




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