By Susumu Mori, S. Wakana, Peter C M van Zijl, L. M. Nagae-Poetscher
Even supposing the booklet arrived having a look love it may need gotten a bit of damp, it's a beautiful top of the range atlas. great intro to diffusion and big colour photos in all 3 planes with annotations.
The on-line model is an effective complement, as you could entry it if you do not need the print model, and you may do a seek during the complete textual content of the item and locate each web page with, for instance, a connection with a selected tract.
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3D reconstruction results of commissural fibers. Tracts are viewed from the anterior (A), left (B), superior (C), and oblique (left-antero-superior) (D) orientations. Color coding is magenta representing the corpus callosum (cc), and peach representing the tapetum. Fig. 22. Trajectories of the corpus callosum (magenta) and tapetum (peach) and their identification in color maps at various slice levels and orientations. Locations of the 2D slices are indicated in the 3D panel. The thalamus (yellow), ventricular system (gray), caudate (green), and putamen (light green) are also shown in the 3D reconstruction.
Anisotropy of NMR properties of tissues. Magn Reson Med 1994;32:592–601.  Basser PJ, Mattiello J, Le Bihan D. MR diffusion tensor spectroscopy and imaging. Biophys J 1994;66:259–267. Diffusion tensor theory used in this atlas is based on this publication:  Pierpaoli C, Basser PJ. Toward a quantitative assessment of diffusion anisotropy. Magn Reson Med 1996;36:893– 906. Diffusion anisotropy contrasts used in this atlas is based on this publication:  Makris N, Worth AJ, Sorensen AG, Papadimitriou GM, Reese TG, Wedeen VJ, Davis TL, Stakes JW, Caviness VS, Kaplan E, Rosen BR, Pandya DN, Kennedy DN.
Fig. 11 shows a schematic diagram of the trajectories of some association tracts. Their approximate locations and trajectories have been well documented in the literature. In the present atlas, these major long association fibers were reconstructed based on previous anatomical descriptions. These include the superior longitudinal fasciculus (slf), inferior longitudinal fasciculus (ilf), superior frontooccipital fasciculus (sfo), inferior fronto-occipital fasciculus (ifo), and uncinate fasciculus (unc) (Fig.