Anatomy which deals with finite structures would seem particularly suited to a completely factual approach, yet many marginal areas remain. Much of the difficulty lies in confusion of definition and attempts to transfer data gleaned from investigation with one method in one species to other species. Human neuroanatomy has been a particular victim of this occasionally careless transfer since much of the data on the form and function of the nervous system have yet to be confirmed in man.
KeywordsFusiform Cell Anterior Nucleus Stereotaxic Surgery Human Thalamus Ramus Posterior
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