Cajal on the Cerebral Cortex: An Annotated Translation of the Complete Writings

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Oxford University Press, 1988 - Medical - 654 pages
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This is the first English-language publication of the complete works of the great Spanish neurohistologist, Santiago Ramon y Cajal, on the cerebral cortex. The new translations include all Cajal's very early contributions on the cortex of small mammals, relevant chapters from his definitive textbook, and all his great works on the human cerebral cortex made at the peak of his career. The book also presents Cajal's surveys of cortical structure dating from his later years. It is extensively annotated, and the editors have verified and completed all Cajal's references. Special introductory chapters review the state of knowledge during each period covered, and the work concludes with an extensive essay on modern cortical neurohistology in which the quality and lasting significance of Cajal's contributions are highlighted.

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Contents

Introduction
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Texture of the cerebral gyri of the lower mammals Gaceta Medica Catalana 1890
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On the existence of collaterals and bifurca
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About the author (1988)

Javier DeFelipe, Collaborator, Cajal Institute, Madrid. Edward G. Jones, Chairman, Department of Anatomy and Neurobiology, University of California, Irvine.

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