By Henri M. Duvernoy, Thomas P. Naidich, Bradley N. Delman, A. Gregory Sorensen, Spyros S. Kollias, E. Mark Haacke
This atlas instills a great wisdom of anatomy through correlating thin-section mind anatomy with corresponding scientific magnetic resonance pictures in axial, coronal, and sagittal planes. The authors correlate complex neuromelanin imaging, susceptibility-weighted imaging, and diffusion tensor tractography with medical three and four T MRI. every one mind stem sector 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 such as myelin- and Nissl-stained mild microscopy. The book’s rigorously equipped diagrams and photographs train with at the least textual content.
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Relationship between brain stem and cerebellum: emergence of the cranial nerve roots See [32, 48, 71, 78, 85, 99, 235, 251, 258, 271, 322, 330, 337, 357, 387, 430, 455]. A Fig. 18 (A–B). The brain stem and cerebellum. A. Anterior view. 7 mm. B. Magnified view of A. Brainstem Medulla 1 Pyramid of the medulla 2 Anterior median medullary sulcus 2’ Decussation of the pyramids 2” Foramen cecum 3 Inferior olive 4 Anterolateral (pre-olivary) medullary sulcus and hypoglossal nerve roots 5 Lateral medullary fossa 6 Roots of glossopharyngeal, vagus, and accessory nerves (from upper to lower levels) 30 Pons 7 8 9 10 10’ 11 12 13 14 Pontomedullary sulcus Abducens nerve Facial nerve Vestibulocochlear nerve Nervus intermedius Anterior surface of the pons (basilar portion of the pons) Basilar (median pontine) sulcus Lateral aspect of the pons extending into the middle cerebellar peduncle (brachium pontis) Trigeminal nerve SURFACE ANATOMY OF THE BRAIN STEM AND CEREBELLUM B Mesencephalon 15 Pontomesencephalic sulcus 16 Crus cerebri 17 Oculomotor nerve 18 Interpeduncular (intercrural) fossa 19 Trochlear nerve 20 Optic tract 21 Mammillary body Cerebellum 22 Quadrangular lobule 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 Anterior superior fissure (primary fissure) Simple lobule Posterior superior fissure Superior semilunar lobule Great horizontal fissure Inferior semilunar lobule Prepyramidal fissure Biventral lobule Flocculus Lateral aperture and extraventricular choroid plexus of the fourth ventricle 31 SECTION I A Fig.
The roof of the inferior fourth ventricle. Diagram of a median section. The inferior portion of the roof is a thin wall made up of two layers: 1 2 Tectorial membrane (ependyma) Medullary layer of the inferior tela choroidea The inferior tela choroidea itself is composed of two pial layers: a medullary (2) and a cerebellar (2’ ) layer. These layers of the tela choroidea delimit the cerebellomedullary cistern (cisterna magna) (4), which is completed posteriorly by the arachnoid mater (5). The arrow indicates the median aperture of the roof (foramen of Magendie), which communicates the ventricular cavity with the subarachnoid spaces.
001). The length of this line has not been reported previously. 8º) (Table 1-2B). 0002). 008). The AC-PC-O angle has not been specifically measured previously, but accords well with a similar angle of approximately 118º, which may be calculated from published data of Tamraz [423, 424, 425]. 8º). The MRI data reported in Figs. 3 derive from research performed at the Mt. Sinai Medical center by Michael B. Schwartz, M. D. Arbor vitae cerebelli: The vermian white matter forms a reproducible branching pattern that identifies each lobule (See Figs.
Duvernoy's Atlas of the Human Brain Stem and Cerebellum: High-Field MRI, Surface Anatomy, Internal Structure, Vascularization and 3D Sectional Anatomy by Henri M. Duvernoy, Thomas P. Naidich, Bradley N. Delman, A. Gregory Sorensen, Spyros S. Kollias, E. Mark Haacke