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Atlas of Morphology and Functional Anatomy of the Brain by T. Scarabino, U. Salvolini, F. Di Salle, H. Duvernoy, P.

By T. Scarabino, U. Salvolini, F. Di Salle, H. Duvernoy, P. Rabischong

This twin atlas goals at illustrating the anatomy of the mind and its visual appeal on MR photos utilizing an easy and powerful mode of presentation. Following an introductory bankruptcy, ''Comprehensive anatomy of the human brain'', the ebook is split right into a morphological and a useful imaging part. The morphological atlas offers 3D floor pictures by means of high-definition MR sections received within the axial, coronal, and sagittal planes. The MR photographs are paired with the corresponding anatomical photos to permit their medical correlation. The sensible atlas contains illustrative MR photos displaying cortical activation in a variety of practical components (including the auditory, motor, visible, and language areas).

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See the jacket flap for anatomical references. 36 AXIAL CUTS TC47 TC24 CE2e CE2f CE1e CE2d TC26 TC19 AXIAL CUTS 37 TC14 TC39 TC40 TC41 TC42 TC30 TC26 TC25 TC24 CE2f CE2e CE1n CE2d TC22 38 AXIAL CUTS TC14 CE2f CE2c CE1n TC21 AXIAL CUTS 39 TC39 TC14 TC40 TC42 TC22 CE2e TC22 TC41 TC25 TC26 TC8 TC24 TC19 CE2f CE1l CE2d 40 AXIAL CUTS TC51 TC14 TC41 e 42 TC23 TC22 TC19 CE1n CE2h CE2b AXIAL CUTS 41 TC14 TC42 TC39 TC21 TC41 CE2g TC24 TC14 TC22 CE2f CE2c CE1n CE2h TC39 TC16 TC50 TC8 TC14 TC22 TC23 TC19 CE1o CE1n CE2b CE1f CE2h 42 AXIAL CUTS C24 TC51 TC14 TC8 TC18 TC19 CE1c CE1d CE2b AXIAL CUTS 43 C24 C24 C25 C28 C26 C27 TC50 TC16 TC39 TC14 TC8 CE2a TC22 TC19 TC18 CE1c CE2h CE1d CE2b 44 AXIAL CUTS C13 C9 C24 H1 C25 TC3 H5 TC11 C35 C76 C81 C78 C89 AXIAL CUTS 45 C8 C7 C14 C9 C13 C20 C24 C22 C32 C21 C56 C25 H1 C31d SC15 H5a TC3 TC5 C28 TC11 C35 C26 C35 C76 C81 C80 C83 C79 C81 C89 46 AXIAL CUTS C14 C13 C9 C20 C24 C25 C61 TC5 TC6 SC14k TC10 H5 C26 C81 C78 C82 C89 AXIAL CUTS 47 C3 C8 C13 C7 C15 C9 C22 C24 C47 C32 SC61 SC11 C25 H1 SC15 TC3 TC5a SC2b TC5b H8 TC6 C25 C31d H5 C28 C35 C81 C83 C26 C81 C78 C82 C89 C57 C61 SC11 SC15 TC4 TC3 TC5 TC6 TC8 SC14j SC14k TC1 TC2 TC10 48 AXIAL CUTS C8 C5 C18 C22 C30 C24 C39 C58a SC19 TC3 C25 SC8 SC14l H5b C96 C31b C74a C78 C81 C74 C82 AXIAL CUTS 49 C8 C7 C5 C18 C22 C24 SC1 SC2a C39 SC3 C32 C58a SC7 SC19 TC3 TC6 SC14k SC14s C25 H5b C96 C73 C31b C74a C81 C78 C31c C74 C74b C82 C89 50 AXIAL CUTS C5 C10 C11b C22a SC2a C39 SC5a SC3 C24 C58 C38 SC5c SC14c C65 SC14l C23c C25 C94 C74 C78 C77 AXIAL CUTS 51 C6 C5 C10 C18 C11b C31a C23 C22a SC1 C11c SC2a SC10 C39 SC5a C22 C58 SC5b SC3 SC4a C24 SC14a SC5c C38 SC14c SC14d SC14l C32 C58b C96 C25 C23c C31c C18 C94 C74 C78 C86 C82 C77 52 AXIAL CUTS C4 C6 C5 C11b C23 C31a C22a SC2a C43 SC3 C38 C44 C45 SC14e C58 C22 C31b C23c C24 C93 C94 C78 C86 C77 AXIAL CUTS 53 C4 C5 C6 C11b C18 C22a C31a C23 C11c C42b SC2a SC24 C43 C44 SC5c SC14a C45 SC14i C38 SC14e C58 SC2b C58b C22 C23c C31b C18 C24 C93 C32 C94 C78 C86 C82 C77 54 AXIAL CUTS C5 C19 C6 C18 C43 C44 C45 C69 C19 C93 C70 C67 AXIAL CUTS 55 C5 C4 C6 C5 C11 C19 C42b C18 C43 C44 C45 C18 C69 C92 C22 C69 C93 C32 C64 C70 C70 C67 56 AXIAL CUTS C5 C4 C6 C19 C42a C43 C45 C18 C44 C19 C69 C64 C70 C67 AXIAL CUTS 57 C5 C4 C6 C19 C43 C18 C44 C45 C19 C18 C69 C19 C64 C70 C70 C67 58 AXIAL CUTS C5 C4 C6 C42a C43 C44 C72 C45 C44 C46a C19 C93 AXIAL CUTS 59 C5 C6 C5 C42a C71 C43 C44 C72 C45 C46a C19 C93 C67 61 CORONAL CUTS In the following pages (62–83), high definition T2-W FSE coronal MR cuts (left) are compared with “traditional” anatomical cuts (right).

See the jacket flap for anatomical references. 36 AXIAL CUTS TC47 TC24 CE2e CE2f CE1e CE2d TC26 TC19 AXIAL CUTS 37 TC14 TC39 TC40 TC41 TC42 TC30 TC26 TC25 TC24 CE2f CE2e CE1n CE2d TC22 38 AXIAL CUTS TC14 CE2f CE2c CE1n TC21 AXIAL CUTS 39 TC39 TC14 TC40 TC42 TC22 CE2e TC22 TC41 TC25 TC26 TC8 TC24 TC19 CE2f CE1l CE2d 40 AXIAL CUTS TC51 TC14 TC41 e 42 TC23 TC22 TC19 CE1n CE2h CE2b AXIAL CUTS 41 TC14 TC42 TC39 TC21 TC41 CE2g TC24 TC14 TC22 CE2f CE2c CE1n CE2h TC39 TC16 TC50 TC8 TC14 TC22 TC23 TC19 CE1o CE1n CE2b CE1f CE2h 42 AXIAL CUTS C24 TC51 TC14 TC8 TC18 TC19 CE1c CE1d CE2b AXIAL CUTS 43 C24 C24 C25 C28 C26 C27 TC50 TC16 TC39 TC14 TC8 CE2a TC22 TC19 TC18 CE1c CE2h CE1d CE2b 44 AXIAL CUTS C13 C9 C24 H1 C25 TC3 H5 TC11 C35 C76 C81 C78 C89 AXIAL CUTS 45 C8 C7 C14 C9 C13 C20 C24 C22 C32 C21 C56 C25 H1 C31d SC15 H5a TC3 TC5 C28 TC11 C35 C26 C35 C76 C81 C80 C83 C79 C81 C89 46 AXIAL CUTS C14 C13 C9 C20 C24 C25 C61 TC5 TC6 SC14k TC10 H5 C26 C81 C78 C82 C89 AXIAL CUTS 47 C3 C8 C13 C7 C15 C9 C22 C24 C47 C32 SC61 SC11 C25 H1 SC15 TC3 TC5a SC2b TC5b H8 TC6 C25 C31d H5 C28 C35 C81 C83 C26 C81 C78 C82 C89 C57 C61 SC11 SC15 TC4 TC3 TC5 TC6 TC8 SC14j SC14k TC1 TC2 TC10 48 AXIAL CUTS C8 C5 C18 C22 C30 C24 C39 C58a SC19 TC3 C25 SC8 SC14l H5b C96 C31b C74a C78 C81 C74 C82 AXIAL CUTS 49 C8 C7 C5 C18 C22 C24 SC1 SC2a C39 SC3 C32 C58a SC7 SC19 TC3 TC6 SC14k SC14s C25 H5b C96 C73 C31b C74a C81 C78 C31c C74 C74b C82 C89 50 AXIAL CUTS C5 C10 C11b C22a SC2a C39 SC5a SC3 C24 C58 C38 SC5c SC14c C65 SC14l C23c C25 C94 C74 C78 C77 AXIAL CUTS 51 C6 C5 C10 C18 C11b C31a C23 C22a SC1 C11c SC2a SC10 C39 SC5a C22 C58 SC5b SC3 SC4a C24 SC14a SC5c C38 SC14c SC14d SC14l C32 C58b C96 C25 C23c C31c C18 C94 C74 C78 C86 C82 C77 52 AXIAL CUTS C4 C6 C5 C11b C23 C31a C22a SC2a C43 SC3 C38 C44 C45 SC14e C58 C22 C31b C23c C24 C93 C94 C78 C86 C77 AXIAL CUTS 53 C4 C5 C6 C11b C18 C22a C31a C23 C11c C42b SC2a SC24 C43 C44 SC5c SC14a C45 SC14i C38 SC14e C58 SC2b C58b C22 C23c C31b C18 C24 C93 C32 C94 C78 C86 C82 C77 54 AXIAL CUTS C5 C19 C6 C18 C43 C44 C45 C69 C19 C93 C70 C67 AXIAL CUTS 55 C5 C4 C6 C5 C11 C19 C42b C18 C43 C44 C45 C18 C69 C92 C22 C69 C93 C32 C64 C70 C70 C67 56 AXIAL CUTS C5 C4 C6 C19 C42a C43 C45 C18 C44 C19 C69 C64 C70 C67 AXIAL CUTS 57 C5 C4 C6 C19 C43 C18 C44 C45 C19 C18 C69 C19 C64 C70 C70 C67 58 AXIAL CUTS C5 C4 C6 C42a C43 C44 C72 C45 C44 C46a C19 C93 AXIAL CUTS 59 C5 C6 C5 C42a C71 C43 C44 C72 C45 C46a C19 C93 C67 61 CORONAL CUTS In the following pages (62–83), high definition T2-W FSE coronal MR cuts (left) are compared with “traditional” anatomical cuts (right).

See the jacket flap for anatomical references.

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