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Cephalic exchange transplantation in the monkey

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      Abstract

      The surgical technique, instrumentation, and short-term performance of the primate cephalic exchange transplant model has been reviewed. For the first time, the subhuman primate cephalon has been vascularly transferred with the use of loop cannulas to the isolated body of the monkey with normalization of cerebral function.
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