Challenges of the Papez Heritage

  • Paul D. MacLean

Abstract

Who was this man Papez, James Wenceslas Papez, the man whom many people refer to as Pap-pez? The correct pronunciation of his name is easy to remember when one recalls Papez’s explanation that his Methodist family stemmed centuries ago from Papists.

Keywords

Temporal Lobe Epilepsy Squirrel Monkey Thalamic Nucleus Comparative Neurology Anterior Thalamic Nucleus 
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