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September 1, 1970

Veins of the spinal cord
Anatomic details; suggested clinical applications

September 1970 issue
20 (9) 860

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SUMMARYThe anatomy of the two divisions (groups) of the intrinsic spinal veins has been presented for the first time and linked to a critical revision of the anatomy of the extrinsic veins.
A parallelism between certain cord lesions and the vein pattern has been made the basis for suggesting that the propagation of these lesions is vein linked.

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Neurology®
Volume 20Number 9September 1970
Pages: 860
PubMed: 4989859

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Published online: September 1, 1970
Published in print: September 1970

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Lois A. Gillilan, M.D.
From the Department of Anatomy, University of Kentucky College of Medicine, Lexington

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