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     9 December 2015 16:48 GMT
     Dear Professor Herculano-Houzel,
                                 The critical comparison in the above article appears to be between a clinical syndrome most often due to basilar artery occlusion in humans, and resection of the pyramidal tracts in animals. Do you agree?
                                 Have you compared the effects of basilar artery occlusion in humans and animals?
     Yours sincerely,
     Michael Robinson MD.

     No reply by 17 June 2016.