Atlas of the Human Brain, 3rd Edition by Juergen K. Mai, George Paxinos, Thomas Voss

By Juergen K. Mai, George Paxinos, Thomas Voss

Excessive answer human imaging calls for a excessive answer atlas. there isn't any atlas that techniques the accuracy and comprehensiveness of The Atlas of the Human mind. this is often the 3rd, completely revised, variation of the very profitable atlas that acquired the Award of Excellence from the yankee organization of Publishers. built by way of the well-known leaders in mind cartography, the atlas offers the main special and exact delineations of mind constitution to be had. it's meant as an atlas for daily use within the learn laboratory to spot macroscopic and microscopic constructions within the human mind as accumulated in learn facts with various equipment. it's going to even be quite worthy for the translation of magnetic resonance imaging facts. The Atlas features a DVD with not just the atlas in digital structure, offering digital types of drawings and images to facilitate use of atlas contents with researchers' personal fabric, but additionally 3D visualisation software program which permits effortless shopping of the photographs, and a characteristic to permit direct retrieval of mind parts utilizing coordinates received in magnetic resonance imaging. * mind constructions are provided within the average Talairach and Tournoux stereotaxic area* DVD includes MRI-Navigator (3D visualisation of MR images), BrainNavigator (3D navigation throughout the certain coronal atlas partly 2) permitting the neuroimaging group to dial within the coordinates in their activation concentration and discover what region of the mind the activation happens in* considerably better trim dimension (14 x eleven inches) delivering a lot better aspect within the print snap shots and images

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15 Tesla, matrix 256 x 256, field of view 25 cm, multi-slice, slice thickness 5 mm, 4 excitations, sequence: 5000/160. These heavy T2 weighted images highlight fluid-containing structures. Note that 46 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. Orientation of these MRIs was based on the brainstem axis. Therefore the orientation of the coronal MRIs in the lower panel corresponds to the plane of cryo-sectioning of the head and direct comparisons can be made with photographs and diagrams of the following pages.

The middle panel presents the horizontal MRIs from top to the bottom. 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. 47 Surface views of the left hemisphere of the brain which has been sectioned in the coronal plane (-20° angulation) as 48 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.

Orientation of these MRIs was based on the brainstem axis. Therefore the orientation of the coronal MRIs in the lower panel corresponds to the plane of cryo-sectioning of the head and direct comparisons can be made with photographs and diagrams of the following pages. The middle panel presents the horizontal MRIs from top to the bottom. 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.

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