Topographical relations of the human subcommissural organ to the epiphysis and their functional significance.

M. Palkóvits, G. INKE, G. LUKACS

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Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)194-202
Number of pages9
JournalEndokrinologie
Volume42
Publication statusPublished - Mar 1962

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Subcommissural Organ
Ependyma
Epiphyses
Pineal Gland
Brain

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Topographical relations of the human subcommissural organ to the epiphysis and their functional significance. / Palkóvits, M.; INKE, G.; LUKACS, G.

In: Endokrinologie, Vol. 42, 03.1962, p. 194-202.

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