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In death as in life, HM’s brain reveals insights into memory

In 1953, Henry Gustav Molaison of Hartford, CT, was 27. After undergoing a brain operation to correct seizures - which involved the removal of his hippocampus and surrounding tissue - he was left unable to form new memories, although his personality, language and intellectual ability remained intact. "Patient H.M.

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