Co-planar stereotaxic atlas of the human brain : by J. Talairach

By J. Talairach

In this fabulous atlas, the celebrated authors provide the "proportional grid method" of mind imaging. This precise technique makes it attainable to localize neuroanatomic buildings no longer seen with conventional radiologic tools. in contrast to the vintage approach to spatial analyzing, that's legitimate purely with the actual mind into account, the proportional grid creates a body of reference acceptable to all brains being tested. this can be specially important for medical reports, electroencephalographic investigations, and statistical computations.

Special beneficial properties of the publication include:

  • A complete, three-d atlas of the human brain
  • A sequence of anatomic sections performed for the frontal, horizontal, and sagittal planes
  • Practical examples to be used in neuroradiologic examinations and basal traces forming a body of reference that defines orientation and spatial place of buildings in the cerebral mass.

This stereotaxic technique is designed to maximise accuracy, reliability, and safeguard. the data during this important atlas is key for all radiologists, neurologists, neurosurgeons, and all experts all for the neurosciences. Use this functional mapping software for realizing the pathologic techniques of the human brain.

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