Brain System 3D
The Brain has always been the great unknown. Talairach attempted, by means topographical references, to position the different structures (invisible to the naked eye) on a grid. This was a great help to the clinician, but not enough.
In the 1980s in EE.UU. the Project Visible Human was begun, with the contribution of serial anatomical images from a frozen in a gelatin corpse, that was “filed” and scanned with intervals of 1 mm.
And from then on, brain was not longer a stranger.
From these series of images we have developed a three-dimensional reconstruction method based on previous segmentation. The final outcome, as you can see, is a huge battery of cerebral anatomical structures. Cerebral cortex, white substance, substantia nigra, striatum, cerebellum... All of them, since they are referenced to a real human body, have a higher level of realism.
Select the structure you want to see; you obtain a three-dimensional representation with high quality of image.
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