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November 01, 2016 (Vol. 36, No. 19)

Toward Troubleshooting the Connectome

Routes to Timely Diagnoses and More Effective Therapies for Neurological Disorders Are Emerging

  • Throughout the history of functional morphology, the brain was less forthcoming than many other organs. The brain was particularly challenging to early researchers, who often had to resort to the study of anomalies—illness- or trauma-related morphological changes, which might be found only in single patients, or in the cadavers ...

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