Abstracts Literature from Current and Anatomy Physiology Postembryonal Embryonal and Development of the Human Cerebral I. N. f. u. Neurol. 1929. Cortex. Filimonoff, J. Psychol. 39:323, area In cortex in of the striata the sixth month of fetal life, the the region striata is from the shows distinct stratification. The area easily distinguished stratified. areas in area because the latter is less The occipitalis considerably this the of the fissura centralis are still less stratified. Even at there region age is a cell in the centralis than in the centralis greater density gyrus posterior gyrus and the differentiated cells future Betz can be made anterior, (the cells) already out in the centralis anterior. gyrus In the seventh month of fetal all areas examined were stratified life, distinctly showed in stratification that could be as charac¬ and many peculiarities regarded teristic for certain individual areas. The area striata is divided into its already ten IV IV IV is rich in a, IVb/3, c, V, VI, VII) cells, layers (I, II, III, ba, a but III its VI is and has wide IV a narrower layer dense and dark, layer ; layer and in marked contrast to the VII The area
American journal of diseases of children – American Medical Association
Published: May 1, 1930
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