The Cerefy Clinical Brain Atlas
This remarkable CD-ROM provides enhanced and extended versions of three world- famous Thieme atlases, (Schaltenbrand and Wahren's "Atlas for Stereotaxy of the Human Brain," Talairach and Tournoux's "Co-Planar Stereotaxic Atlas of the Human Brain" and "Referentially Oriented Cerebral MRI Anatomy"). It contains the electronic atlases as well as an easy navigation system to facilitate searching for and displaying more than 525 anatomical structures.
The authors have greatly enhanced the material from the first edition and provide powerful functionality. Revolutionizing the field of brain anatomy, they have not only created contours for all three atlases, but have also digitized, cross-referenced, segmented, and labeled all the information contained in the books. The Cerefy® Clinical Brain Atlas now allows you to electronically navigate these atlases simultaneously on axial, coronal, and sagittal planes, and enjoy the ability to: access 210 high-quality, fully segmented and labeled atlas images with corresponding contours; display and manipulate spatially co-registered atlases; dynamically label images with structure names and descriptions; highlight selected structures in the atlas image; image zoom in five different levels; mensurate, search, set triplanar, get coordinates, save, and print; and access on-line help, glossary, and supportive atlas materials.
Students, residents, and teachers who study the brain will benefit from the wealth of information provided here. For researchers with limited knowledge of brain anatomy, the CD-ROM provides the essential background they need. Neurosurgeons, neuroradiologists, and neuroscientists will rely upon this Cerefy® atlas as the gold standard.
|Pubblicato:||2004, 2nd edition, CD-ROM|