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The Three-Dimensional Architecture of the Internal Capsule of the Human Brain Demonstrated by Fiber Dissection Technique

The Three-Dimensional Architecture of the Internal Capsule of the Human Brain Demonstrated by... ARS Medica Tomitana - 2014; 3(78): 115 -122 10.2478/arsm-2014-0021 1,2,3 1 2 3 Goga Cristina , Brinzaniuc Klara , Florian I.S. , Rodriguez Mena R. The three-dimensional architecture of the internal capsule of the human brain demonstrated by fiber dissection technique University of Medicine and Pharmacy Tirgu Mures, Tirgu Mures, Romania, Department of Anatomy Cluj County Emergency Hospital, Cluj Napoca, Romania, Department of Neurosurgery Yeditepe University School of Medicine, Istanbul, Turkey, Department of Neurosurgery ABSTRACT Introduction The fiber dissection technique involves peeling away white matter fiber tracts of the brain to display its three-dimensional anatomic arrangement. The intricate three-dimensional configuration and structure of the The white matter of the brain consists of internal capsule (IC) is not well defined. By using bundles of myelinated nerve fibers known as the fiber dissection technique, our aim was to expose and study the IC to achieve a clearer conception of its fascicles or fiber tracts. There are three groups of configuration and relationships with neighboring white nerve fibers: association, connection and projection matter fibers and central nuclei. fibers. Association fibers connect neighboring The lateral and medial aspects of the temporal lobes of and distal cortical region in the same hemisphere. twenty, previously http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png ARS Medica Tomitana de Gruyter

The Three-Dimensional Architecture of the Internal Capsule of the Human Brain Demonstrated by Fiber Dissection Technique

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ARS Medica Tomitana - 2014; 3(78): 115 -122 10.2478/arsm-2014-0021 1,2,3 1 2 3 Goga Cristina , Brinzaniuc Klara , Florian I.S. , Rodriguez Mena R. The three-dimensional architecture of the internal capsule of the human brain demonstrated by fiber dissection technique University of Medicine and Pharmacy Tirgu Mures, Tirgu Mures, Romania, Department of Anatomy Cluj County Emergency Hospital, Cluj Napoca, Romania, Department of Neurosurgery Yeditepe University School of Medicine, Istanbul, Turkey, Department of Neurosurgery ABSTRACT Introduction The fiber dissection technique involves peeling away white matter fiber tracts of the brain to display its three-dimensional anatomic arrangement. The intricate three-dimensional configuration and structure of the The white matter of the brain consists of internal capsule (IC) is not well defined. By using bundles of myelinated nerve fibers known as the fiber dissection technique, our aim was to expose and study the IC to achieve a clearer conception of its fascicles or fiber tracts. There are three groups of configuration and relationships with neighboring white nerve fibers: association, connection and projection matter fibers and central nuclei. fibers. Association fibers connect neighboring The lateral and medial aspects of the temporal lobes of and distal cortical region in the same hemisphere. twenty, previously

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ARS Medica Tomitanade Gruyter

Published: Jan 31, 2015

Keywords: Medicine; Clinical Medicine; Clinical Medicine, other

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