By Thomas P. Naidich, Henri M. Duvernoy, Bradley N. Delman, A. Gregory Sorensen, Spyros S. Kollias, E. Mark Haacke

Advanced MRI calls for complicated wisdom of anatomy. This quantity correlates thin-section mind anatomy with corresponding medical three T MR photographs in axial, coronal and sagittal planes to illustrate the anatomic bases for complicated MR imaging. It particularly correlates complicated neuromelanin imaging, susceptibility-weighted imaging, and diffusion tensor tractography with scientific three and four T MRI to demonstrate the right nuclear and fiber tract anatomy imaged via those concepts. each one area of the mind stem is then analyzed with 9.4 T MRI to teach the anatomy of the medulla, pons, midbrain, and parts of the diencephalonin with an in-plane answer equivalent to myelin- and Nissl-stained mild microscopy (40-60 microns). the quantity is thoroughly prepared as a educating textual content, utilizing concise drawings and gorgeous anatomic/MRI photos to offer the data in sequentially finer element, so the reader simply assimilates the relationships one of the constructions proven via high-field MRI.

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Its slender oral extremity is called the nucleus ovalis. The nucleus of the solitary tract receives, in descending order, fibers of nervus intermedius (6), glossopharyngeal nerve (6’ ), vagus nerve (6”). It has two functions: The middle and lower portions of the nucleus of the solitary tract receive visceral fibers from peripheral receptors situated in visceral organs and blood vessels, transmitted via the glossopharyngeal and vagus nerves. The upper portion of the nucleus of the solitary tract receives gustatory fibers from the nervus intermedius and the glossopharyngeal nerve.

Vermian angles: Degrees of clockwise rotation from the PC-Obex Line. 5 T. 3 SECTION II INTERNAL ARCHITECTURE OF THE BRAIN STEM WITH KEY AXIAL SECTIONS The structure of the brain stem is presented first in overview (Figs. 6), including the reticular formation (Fig. 2), the cranial nerve nuclei (Fig. 3) and the principal functional pathways (Figs. 5). The structure is then presented in detail, using a series of 16 axial (transverse or horizontal) sections (Figs. 22) parallel to Schaltenbrand’s intercommissural plane.

The vermis and cerebellar hemisphere. Medial aspect. Oblique view. The vallecula has been opened by removal of the contralateral cerebellar hemisphere. Bar: 5 mm. 1, 1’ 2 2’ 3, 3’ 4 4’ 22 The great horizontal fissure (1) is difficult to see on the vermis, but is easily identified on the hemispheres (1’ ) Declive Simple lobule Posterior superior fissure Folium of the vermis Superior semilunar lobule 5 5’ 6, 6’ 7 7’ 8 9 Tuber of the vermis Inferior semilunar lobule Prepyramidal fissure Pyramid of the vermis Biventral lobule Postpyramidal fissure (secondary fissure) Tonsil SURFACE ANATOMY OF THE BRAIN STEM AND CEREBELLUM Fig.

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