MRI/DTI Atlas of the Human Brainstem in Transverse and Sagittal Planes presents a detailed view of the human brainstem in DTI/MRI. It is the first ever MRI or histological atlas to present detailed diagrams of sagittal views of the brainstem. Presenting data of unprecedented quality, images are juxtaposed with detailed diagrams in the transverse and sagittal planes. The atlas features a 50 micron resolution for the GRE and 200 microns for the FAC and DWI, 8000 times higher than that seen in a clinical MRI and 1000 times higher than that seen in a clinical DTI scan, all based on one brain.
This atlas is important for neuroscientists, neurosurgeons, pathologists, anatomists, neurophysiologists, radiologists, radiotherapists (e.g., for cyberknife guidance), and graduate students in neuroscience.
- Presents the first ever detailed MRI-DTI atlas on the human brainstem
- Discusses primary data to help researchers identify brainstem structures in their own preparations from neuroanatomical, physiological, neuropharmacological and gene expression studies
- Accompanies the gold standard reference on the neuroanatomy of the human nervous system for neuroscientists and experimental psychologists
- Includes the Expert Consult eBook version that is compatible with PC, Mac and most mobile devices and eReaders, thus allowing readers to browse, search and interact with content