Atlas of the Human Brain (2nd Edition) by Juergen K. Mai, George Paxinos, Joseph K. Assheuer

By Juergen K. Mai, George Paxinos, Joseph K. Assheuer

This can be the second one version of this very winning Atlas that obtained the Award of Excellence from the yank organization of Publishers and is the most desirable for human mind atlases. the recent version is totally redesigned, with extra magnetic resonance pictures, line drawings, and an generally improved part of coronal photographs. The variety of hemisphere sections has been doubled, and all planes of sections are actually to be had in three-D types positioned in the Talairach area. The structure of the atlas has been enlarged and the data reorganized at the web page for stronger performance. The thoroughly revised and redesigned CD-ROM now comes typical with the publication.

New to this Edition:
* Employs better structure for simpler appreciation of delineations
* Shadings and moment colour make the road drawings more uncomplicated to interpret
* shows the process significant blood vessels at the radiograms in addition to the vascular domain names of the mind arteries
* The myeloarchitectonic atlas includes sixty nine coronal diagrams depicting the total hemisphere (cortex and subcortex)
* Mounts the drawings into the Talairach area

Additional fabric at the CD-ROM:
Macroscopic atlas:
* complete colour anatomical sections
* Drawings of anatomical sections coloured for various tissues
* three-D visualization of MRI
Myeloarchitectonic atlas:
* comprises unique myelin stained sections, permitting overlay of delineations
* hyperlinks from myelin stained sections to Nissl stains
* offers all appropriate literature concerning the represented mind in complete textual content, in addition to the figures and seek performance

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2003 11:52 Seite 4 VCA VCA ICL Surface views of the brain which is shown in the subsequent pages. The most important gyri are delineated. The midsagittal views depict the brain with the Talairach space. 2003 11:53 Seite 5 4 OcFrF FroO FroC (anterior view) FxC LPal CGal SOb SRec OOM frs suorba LacG oph eye EthBu pap MRec LRec IOb Zyg IRec MNaC OFat PeP IOC 5inf infa NSpt mxs psa INaCo facv Cerebral structures: Vom gp BFat PalG MasM Alv tfa GZgM BucM SlPl smd dlg dlg HyGl fac 12n LgSpt SLGl GGM slg sma sublgv GeHy MyHy sma DiM Platysma SRoG SFG MFG SFG MFG IFG IFG FrP FrP OFG FrP OFG OFG GRe frontopolar cortex gyrus rectus inferior frontal gyrus medial frontal gyrus orbitofrontal gyri superior frontal gyrus superior rostral gyrus Peripheral structures: fac ManC FrP GRe iFG MFG OFG SFG SRoG 12n 5inf Alv BFat BucM CGal DiM dlg EthBu fac facv FroC FroO frs FxC GeHy GGM gpa/n/v GZgM HyGl INaCo infa IOb IOC IRec LacG LgSpt LPal LRec ManC MasM MNaC MRec mxs MyHy NSpt OcFrF OFat OOM oph PalG pap PeP psa slg SLGl sma smd SOb SRec sublgv suorba tfa Vom Zyg hypoglossal nerve (lingual branch) infraorbital nerve alveolar process of maxilla buccal fat pad buccinator muscle crista galli digastric muscle, ant.

2003 11:51 Seite 2 Sagittal plane: y´- direction: z´- direction: MR-images of the head which is represented on the following pages. 15 Tesla, matrix 256 x 256, field of view 25 cm, multislice, slice thickness 5 mm, 4 excitations, sequence: 5000/160. These heavy T2 weighted images highlight fluid-containing structures. Note that artificial fluid collections are visible in the nasal and paranasal cavities. The top panel presents the sagittal MRIs and specifies the planes of sectioning of the middle and lower panel.

The middle panel presents the horizontal MRIs from top to the bottom. 2003 11:51 Seite 3 Surface views of the left hemisphere of the brain which has been sectioned in the coronal plane (-20° angulation) as indicated. The drawing of the midsagittal view has been mirror-imaged in order to help identifying structures which lie in the same plane of sectioning with regard to the lateral and median view. 2003 11:52 Seite 4 VCA VCA ICL Surface views of the brain which is shown in the subsequent pages.

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