ATLAS OF THE HUMAN BRAINSTEM XU FENG HUANG
What is the most useful Brainstem Atlas? - ResearchGate
Atlas of the human brainstem George Paxinos, Xu-Feng Huang -- Academic Press, c1995. I think textbook No.2 is better than No.1, but there is a small description about basis pontis. I'd like to have..
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The atlas was generated using several sources of data: 1) histologic data from a dissected ex vivo human brainstem/diencephalon specimen; 2) correlative diffusion data from the same specimen (scanned prior to serial sectioning and staining); and 3) cross-reference to the Paxinos human brainstem atlas (Paxinos G, Xu-Feng H, Sengul G, Watson C. Organization of Brainstem Nuclei, in The Human
"Organization of brainstem nuclei" by George Paxinos, Xu
This chapter describes human homologs of nuclei identified in the brainstem of other mammals and attempts to extend to the human the overall organizational schemata that have been proposed for the brainstem of other mammalian species. We present herein updated diagrams of the Atlas of the Human Brainstem (Paxinos and Huang, 1995). The diagrams have been thoroughly revised in light of our