By Jean C. Tamraz, Youssef Comair, Hans O. Lüders
The quantity presents a different evaluation of the fundamental topographical anatomy of the mind from an MRI viewpoint, correlating top quality anatomical plates with the corresponding high-resolution MRI photographs. The e-book features a ancient evaluation of mind mapping and an research of the basic reference planes used for the research of the human mind. next chapters supply a close evaluation of the sulcal and the gyral anatomy of the human cortex, guiding the reader via an interpretation of the person mind atlas supplied by means of high-resolution MRI. the connection among mind constitution and serve as is approached in a topographical model with research of the required imaging method and displayed anatomy. The important, perisylvian, mesial temporal and occipital parts obtain certain consciousness. Imaging of the middle mind buildings is integrated. an in depth coronal atlas concludes the ebook.
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Volumetric studies oriented to the study of the innominate substance of Reichert and, particularly, the basal nucleus of Meynert, in Alzheimer’s disease or the various dementia syndromes of the Alzheimer type, may benefit from these landmarks. A more extensive regional approach to cognitive and amnestic syndromes that may accompany the so-called extrapyramidal diseases would be more efficiently and globally evaluated on contiguous parallel slices oriented according to the vertical PC-OB reference line.
Horizontal brain reference lines and planes. AC-PC, bicommissural plane; CG-CS, callosal plane; CH-PC, chiasmatico-commissural plane Fig. 4. The bicommissural plane of Talairach et al. (1952). (From Talairach et al. 1967) Chapter 2 use in brain imaging mainly since the advent of CT (Michotey et al. 1974; Salamon and Huang 1976; Szikla et al. 1977; Habib et al. 1984; Vanier et al. 1985; Gelbert et al. 1986; Bergvall et al. 1988; Rumeau et al. 1988). 7°) to the bicommissural line (Szikla et al. 1977) (Fig.
35. The CH-PC reference plane as a “sylvian” orientation plane, most suitable for the study of the perisylvian region and the temporal lobes (see Chap. 8). There is, as well, an easier and more definite reference to the tegmental areas beneath the floor of the fourth ventricle and, therefore, to the underlying nuclei and related fiber bundles. On the other hand, in order to develop an in vivo morphometric approach to the brain, numbers of parallelisms to the CH-PC and PC-OB lines have been evaluated in a preliminary study in an attempt to determine the morphometric peculiarities and the eventual proportional variations that may help to differentiate individual brains (Fig.