Proceedings PaperApplications Of Biostereometry To Geriatric Neurology
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In this brief account, an effort will be made to describe examples of areas of neurobiological and clinical neuroscientific knowledge whose growth appears to have become more and more dependent on stereological information. The availability of such information is perceived to be related to methods and techniques of acquisition which embody many biostereometric principles. Although limitations of space prevent comprehensive treatment, the examples should serve to portray the status of knowledge as well as the opportunities for the foreseeable future.