For everyone who needs to learn (or relearn) imaging neuroanatomy , there is an excellent new MRI brain atlas of the dog available for reference on the web. It has detailed, labeled images of the canine brain acquired with a 3T magnet in 3mm slices. The images in transverse section are viewed alongside stained and labeled images of the corresponding tissue section. There’s even a self-assessment to test your knowledge. Many thanks to Travis Saveraid, T. Fletcher, and the University of Minnesota for providing such a great resource.
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