Series: Texture of the Nervous System of Man and the Vertebrates Volume: 3
661 pages, Figs
The third and the other two volumes offer the scientific community the works and thoughts of Santiago Ramon y Cajal by the faithful rendition of the original Spanish version of the "Texture of the Nervous System of Man and the Vertebrates" (1899-1904), with additional facts contained in the French translation (1909-1911). These non-English versions are being quoted an average of 200 times yearly in the scientific literature. The collection will represent the 'definitive Cajal' to be used by scientists and scholars interested in the original thoughts of probably the most prominent neuroscientist of all times. In sum, the collection represents the 'definitive Cajal' to be used by scientists and scholars interested in the original writings of probably the most prominent neuroscientist of all times.
Retina (continuation). - Optic nerves, chiasma and optic radiations. - Lateral geniculate body and pulvinar. - Thalamus (continuatiuon). - Thalamus (continuation). - Nuclei of the subthalamic and hypothalamic regions. - Thalamus (continuatiuon). - Corpus striatum. - General structural plan of the cerebral cortex. - Regional cerebral cortex.- Auditory cortex. - Motor or sensory-motor cortex. - Olfactory apparatus. - Second-order and third-order olfactory centers. - Pathways originated in the temporal olfactory cortex. - Fourth-order olfactory centers: the hippocampal and dentate gyri. - Efferent pathways and subordinate nuclei of the hippocampal gyrus. - Cingulate gyrus ? Cingulum. - Comparative structure of the celebral cortex. - Histogenesis of the cerebral cortex. - Anatomo-physiologic considerations about the cerebrum. - Autonomic ganglia. - Appendix I: Table of equivalent figure numbers. - Appendix II: Taxonomy glossary
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