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RADIOLOGY WEBSITES : NEUROANATOMY

Few Useful Websites related to Neuroanatomy

1. The Human Brain: Dissections of the Real Brain is authored by Terence H. Williams, Nedzad Gluhbegovic, and Jean Y. Jew from the University of Iowa, College of Medicine. Offered at http://www.vh.org/adult/provider/anatomy/BrainAnatomy/BrainAnatomy.html this absorbing site covers the basic topic of dissections. The sections commence with Spinal Cord and covers Meninges and Blood Vessels of the Brain, Cerebellum, Brainstem and the Cerebral Hemispheres.

2. Skull Module
offered at http://www.csuchico.edu/anth/Module/skull.html is an online project sponsored, in part, by Technology and Learning Program, California State University, Chico. Designed by Turhon Murad and by Nanci Ellis, the site offers basic information on bony skeleton of the skull. A A special feature of this site is the multimedia presentation of few sections of the skull in QuickTime VR movie.

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Regional Neuroanatomy at http://radlinux1.usuf1.usuhs.mil/rad/home/locate/locate.html is a online primer on brain lesions based on pattern analysis. Authored by James G. Smirniotopoulos, Professor of Radiology and Neurology at Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda, the educative material offers a differential diagnosis focusing on age of patients ; location infra or supratentorial compartments, Intra or Extra axial

4. Neuroanatomy : A Brief Tutorial http://www.neuropat.dote.hu/fr_brain.htm is a basic primer on anatomy of the brain featuring levels correlating with slices. Created by Katalin Hegedus The standard slices are located at Caput nuclei caudate, Corpus striatum, Commissura anterior, Corpus mammillare, Pedunculus cerebri, Splenium corporis callosi, Colliculus superior, Pons and Medulla oblongata.

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Neuroanatomy Lab Resource at http://courses.temple.edu/neuroanatomy/lab/ is a site from Temple University School of Medicine's Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology, created by Marvin Sodicoff, and adapted by Rod Bain and Andrew Blum. The information offered comprises of atlases, lab reviews, neurologic exam and neuroembryology.

6. From the Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine an elegant Neurology tutorials is offered at http://www.meddean.luc.edu/lumen/MedEd/Neuro/index.htm. The material comprises of Brain Stem, Diencephalon and Basal Ganglia and a Neurovascular Tutorial. Besides there are Cross-sectional Tutorial, a feature on Circumventricular Organs.

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The Internet Pathology Laboratory for Medical Education from the Florida State University College of Medicine is an educative web resource popularly referred as "WebPath" that covers nearly 2000 images along with text, tutorials, for self-assessment. Available at http://www.medlib.med.utah.edu/WebPath/HISTHTML/NEURANAT/NEURANCA.html is a tutorial with a set of images with labeled structures. The views include Brain and spinal cord, cranial nerves, base of brain, fetal skull, cerebral arterial supply and term infant brain.

8. Neuroanatomy Index at http://www.geocities.com/medinotes/neuroanatomy_index.htm has a variety of topics such as General Topography of the Brain The Spinal Cord and its Blood Supply, The Brainstem, Reticular Formation, Cranial Nerves, Auditory System, Diencephalon, Hypothalamus Visual System, Functional Aspects of Cerebellum, Basal Ganglia, Limbic System, Cerebral Cortex etc.

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Neuroanatomy Laboratory Modules at http://www.med.umich.edu/lrc/coursepages/M2/neurosciences/neuro_labs/ is an interactive version of an Neuroanatomy laboratory manual. Material is available on Brain, Ventricles, Pain and Temperature Pathways, Diencephalon, Internal Capsule, Vertical Relations of Corticospinal Tract, Areas of Brainstem, Brainstem Lesion Localization, Facial Nerve: Applied Anatomy.

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HyperBrain at http://medstat.med.utah.edu/kw/hyperbrain/main.html has a variety of features focusing principally on Neuroanatomy. Besides the site has a brain atlas and an interesting Pathway Quiz at the end, too.


 

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