A SUCCINCT but detailed description of the various Convolutions of the Brain, intended chiefly for the use of physicians. It is illustrated by half-a-dozen outline sketches. The references to the development of the convolutions are not very full, but the author promises a more complete account elsewhere.
The Convolutions of the Brain.—Die Hirnwindungen des Menschen.
By Alex. Ecker, Professor of Anatomy in the University of Freiburg. (Brunswick, 1869. London: Williams and Norgate.)
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The Convolutions of the Brain—Die Hirnwindungen des Menschen. Nature 1, 18 (1869). https://doi.org/10.1038/001018a0