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By Jean C. Tamraz, Youssef Comair, Hans O. Lüders

The quantity offers a different assessment of the basic topographical anatomy of the mind from an MRI standpoint, correlating high quality anatomical plates with the corresponding high-resolution MRI photographs. The publication incorporates a old evaluation of mind mapping and an research of the basic reference planes used for the learn of the human mind. next chapters supply a close evaluate of the sulcal and the gyral anatomy of the human cortex, guiding the reader via an interpretation of the person mind atlas supplied through high-resolution MRI. the connection among mind constitution and serve as is approached in a topographical style with research of the mandatory imaging technique and displayed anatomy. The vital, perisylvian, mesial temporal and occipital components obtain unique realization. Imaging of the center mind constructions is incorporated. an intensive coronal atlas concludes the book.

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49). It is interesting to note the similarity of these results with those obtained by Naidich et al. (1986) in their anatomic approach to the AC, which was considered a major landmark, at least in sagittal sections. According to these authors, the latter structure is nicely displayed in an axial oblique cut inclined 20–25° to the OM line. Both orientations nicely display, from medial to lateral, the substantia innominata and the anterior perforated substance, easily seen beneath the AC. Note that the lateral temporal limbs of the AC are displayed in one single cut using the commissuromamillary orientation, its lateral extent being limited to the lateral aspect of the external pallidum, using the PC-OB orientation of the coronal cuts.

36 Chapter 2 B Fig. 38A,B. Close parallelism of CH-PC plane to the inferior horn of the lateral ventricle and to the hippocampal long axis, as shown on the lateral projections of the reference and its parallel through the hippocampal formation (A). The contiguous 2 mm axial cuts proceeding downward from the upper CH-PC level display the amygdala-hippocampal complex (B). 1, amygdala; 2, head; 3, body; 4, tail A A Fig. 39. Close parallelism of the CH-PC plane to the anterior part of the corpus callosum and the anterior cingulate gyrus (arrowheads).

1990) (Fig. 48). This plane is utilized for the display of the anterior basal forebrain structures, from ventral to dorsal: the septum lucidum, the septal nuclei, the AC, the anterior columns of the fornix, and the MB project- ing into the interpeduncular fossa. Note that this oblique plane is tilted more anteriorly as compared to the CA-CM line and, obviously, much more with respect to the parallel of the PC-OB plane, tangent to the posterior border of the AC (Fig. 49). It is interesting to note the similarity of these results with those obtained by Naidich et al.

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