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The paper is divided into five sections: an introduction, 'Scheme, or method of treatment of the material', 'Sketch of the morphology of the cerebrum', 'Comparative material: descriptions of the surface anatomy of cerebra of the primates' and 'Detailed description and associated conditions in other anatomical systems'.

Annotations in ink throughout. Includes table of contents.

Subject: Anatomy / Neuroscience

Received 2 November 1905. Read 18 January 1906. Communicated by A [Alexander] Macalister.

A version of this paper was published by Duckworth in the Zeitschrift für Morphologie und Anthropologie: Duckworth, W L H. 'An account of certain anomalous conditions of the cerebrum.' The Zeitschrift für Morphologie und Anthropologie, volume 10, number 3 (1907), pp. 353-408.

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Wynfrid Lawrence Henry Duckworth

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Wynfrid Lawrence Henry Duckworth, Unpublished paper, 'An account of certain anomalous conditions of the cerebrum' by W L H [Wynfrid Lawrence Henry] Duckworth, 1905, AP/76/8, The Royal Society Archives, London,, accessed on 21 May 2024

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