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Orbital undercutting 4. Bual tractotomy and substantia innominotomy 5. Anterior capsulotomy (destruction of fibers of internal capsule) 6. Mesoloviotomy (similar to rostral cingulotomy. but lesion invades genu "knee" of corpus cillosum) Cingulotomtes 7. Anterior cingulotOl1l,Y 8. Mid-c1ngulotomy 9. 4 1977) Amygda 1ectomY 10. Amygdalectomy or amygdalotomy Thalatomies 11. Dorsomed1al. centromedian, parafasc1cullr nuclei 12. Anterior thalatomy Hypotha 1otomy 13. Posterior, ventromedial, and lateral hypothalamic targets Diagram of the various psychosurgical procedures (from: Valenstein, 24 PSYCHOSURGER Y Koskinas, translation between the two systems is easily afforded.

P. 633) As mentioned, heat as well as cold has been used to produce small destructive lesions in psychosurgery. These thermal lesions are made by electrocoagulation, a technique used by Grantham (1951) for the relief of intractable pain. In his procedure an electrode was inserted into the white matter, following the path of a ventricular needle (an instrument designed to enter the ventricles or cavities of the brain) under control of X-ray vision. Electric current was applied to the exposed connection of the free end of the electrode needle to produce coagulation of fibres by heat.

Two of these parts are "upper" and the others are "lower" quadrants. The system will be adopted here, although reference will occasionally be made 8 Meyer and Beck's division of coronal sections through anterior (A), middle (M) and posterior (P) planes into dorso-medial (DM), dorso-lateral (DL), mid-lateral (ML), ventro-lateral (VL), ventro-medial (VM), mid-central (MC) and cingulate (C) segments (from: Meyer and Beck, 1954). Courtesy of the publishers and Wallace and Guthrie, trustees of Wm. 5).

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