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Synonyms for localization

a determination of the place where something is

(physiology) the principle that specific functions have relatively circumscribed locations in some particular part or organ of the body

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The 19th century French surgeon Pierre Paul Broca left an indelible mark in medicine with his observations on aphasia, language dominance, and cerebral localization.
Auburtin was also involved in the debate on cerebral localization.
At autopsy, Broca found a lesion in the second and third frontal convolution, reinforcing his ideas about cerebral localization.
He thus performed a craniotomy based on cerebral localization and positioned his craniotomy at this site.
1,2) The most classical presentation of the disease is the cervico-facial form, accounting for approximately half the cases, followed by thoracic, abdomino-pelvic and cerebral localizations.