Figure 4:  Damage of the inferior colliculi:
Result of subjecting a newborn monkey to
12 minutes of total asphyxia.

From Myers RE. Two patterns of perinatal brain
damage and their conditions of occurrence.  Am J
Obstet Gynecol. 1972 Jan 15;112(2):246-76,
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Figure 5: Brain damage in human infants
also involves the inferior colliculi (bottom)
following asphyxia.

From Leech RW, Alvord EC Jr, Anoxic-ischemic
encephalopathy in the human neonatal period,
the significance of brain stem involvement.  Arch
Neurol. 1977 Feb;34(2):109-13.
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Figures/ tables:
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Kernicterus
Ski Injury
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Tables:
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Birth asphyxia
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