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Dr. H. R. Eggert, co-worker of the author. 31 FIG. ol. lts @kl(DcoPies (modified) accadirg to STEPHAN (1975) LATERAL AND MEDIAL CORTEX CEREBRI 11 ----11 32 Fig. 16 A Cercopithecus ascanius (species of monkey) B Homo recens Development of Allocortex in monkey and man with further reduction of Rhinencephalon (Palaeocortex) and differentiation of Archicortex (Tractus mammilothalamicus, Corpus mammilare, Fornix, Hippocampus, Gyrus dentatus, Fasciola cinerea, Stria lateralis of Gyrus cinguli, Area subcallosa and posterior part of Gyrus rectus).
Anatomical Dissections for Use in Neurosurgery: Vol. 1 by Prof. Dr. med. Wolfgang Seeger, PD Dr. Hans-Rudolf Eggert (auth.)