Category Archives: Neuroanatomy

Applied Cranial-Cerebral Anatomy: Brain Architecture and Anatomically Oriented Microneurosurgery

Applied Cranial-Cerebral Anatomy: Brain Architecture and Anatomically Oriented Microneurosurgery

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This book is the first to offer a comprehensive guide to understanding the brain’s architecture from a topographical viewpoint. Authored by a leading expert in surgical neuroanatomy, this practical text provides tri-dimensional understanding of the cerebral hemispheres, and the relationships between cerebral surfaces and the skull’s outer surfaces through detailed brain dissections and actual clinical cases with operative photographs and correlative neuroimaging. For neurosurgeons, neuroradiologists and neurologists at all levels, this book emphasises the anatomy of the sulci and gyri of the cerebral surface. It is an essential resource for the general neurosurgery practice, and more particularly for planning surgical access routes for intracranial tumors.

 

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Clinical Neuroanatomy Made Ridiculously Simple


Neuroanatomy through Clinical Cases


Neuroanatomy in Clinical Context: An Atlas of Structures, Sections, Systems, and Syndromes (Neuroanatomy: An Atlas of Strutures, Sections, and Systems


Neuroanatomy: an Illustrated Colour Text


BRS Neuroanatomy (Board Review Series)

Book: Cross-Sectional Atlas of the Human Head: With 0.1-mm pixel size color images

Cross-Sectional Atlas of the Human Head: With 0.1-mm pixel size color images

Nov 17, 2017
by Jin Seo Park

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This superb color atlas sets a new standard in neuroanatomy by presenting around 300 detailed thin-sectioned images of the human head, including the brain, with 0.1-mm intervals and a pixel size of 0.1 mm × 0.1 mm. A new reference system employed for this purpose is clearly explained, and structures are fully annotated in the horizontal, coronal, and sagittal planes. Recent advances in 7T MRI and 7T TDI have considerably enhanced imaging of the human brain, thereby impacting on both neuroscience research and clinical practice. Moreover, the information gained from initiatives involving photography of thin slices of human cadavers, such as the Visible Human Projects, Visible Korean and Chinese Visible Human, has enriched knowledge of neuroanatomy and thereby facilitated the interpretation of such ultra-high-field resolution images. The exquisite images contained within this atlas will be invaluable in providing both researchers and clinicians with important new insights.