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Case 3426

An MRI study of the anatomy of the brain basal nuclei

Author(s)
Trivelli I
 
Patient
male, 33 year(s)
 
 
  • Figure 1
    A 3D design of the basal nuclei
     

    A lateral view of the sagittal oblique projection. 1: caudate nucleus head; 2: caudate body; 3: caudate tail; 4: putamen nucleus; 5: corona radiata; 6: caudate-lenticular gray bridges; 7: internal capsule; 8:...

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: A 3D design of the basal nuclei.;

    A medial view sagittal oblique projection. 1: caudate nucleus head; 2: caudate body; 3: caudate tail; 4: putamen nucleus; 5: corona radiata; 6: caudate-lenticular gray bridges; 7: internal capsule; 8: globus pallidus...

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: A 3D design of the basal nuclei.;
     
     
  • Figure 2
    An axial inverted T1 RM image
     

    1: Claustrum; 2: Insula; 3: Sylvian sulcus; 4: Putamen; 5: Globus pallidus; 6: Extreme capsule.

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: Axial inverted T1 RM image.;

    1: Internal capsule knee; 2: External capsule; 3: Frontal horn of lateral ventricle; 4: Occipital horn of lateral ventricle; 5: Septum pellucidum; 6: Head of caudate nucleus; 7: Claustrum; 8: Putamen; 9: Globus...

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: Axial inverted T1 RM image.;

    1: Corpus callosum knee; 2: Head of caudate nucleus; 3: Body of fornix; 4: Occipital horn of lateral ventricle; 5: Splenium of corpus callosum.

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: Axial inverted T1 RM image.;
     
     
  • Figure 3
    An axial inverted T1 RM image, a higher section.
     

    1: Lateral ventricle (middle cell); 2: body of caudate nucleus.

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: Axial inverted T1 RM image, higher section.;

    1: Centro semiovale; 2: Rolandic scissure.

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: Axial inverted T1 RM image, higher section.;
     
     
  • Figure 4
    A coronal inverted T1 RM image
     

    1: Extreme capsule; 2: Claustrum; 3: Putamen; 4: Head of caudate nucleus; 5: Internal capsule; 6: External capsule; 7: Cingulate gyrus; 8: Corpus callosum; 9: Accumbens nucleus; 10: Septum pellucidum.

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: Coronal inverted T1 RM image.;

    1: Anterior commissure; 2: Accumbens nucleus; 3: Claustrum; 4: Extreme capsule; 5: External capsule; 6: Internal capsule; 7: Fornix crux; 8: Caudate nucleus; 9: Putamen; 10: Globus pallidus; 11: Amygdala.

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: Coronal inverted T1 RM image.;

    1: Temporal lobe; 2: Insula; 3: Genu of corpus callosum; 4: Cingulate gyrus; 5: Superior frontal gyrus; 6: Middle frontal gyrus; 7: Inferior frontal gyrus; 8: Head of caudate nucleus; 9: Frontal horn of lateral...

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: Coronal inverted T1 RM image.;
     
     
  • Figure 5
    A sagittal inverted T1 RM image, a general view

    1: Medulla oblongata ; 2: Pons; 3: Middle brain; 4: Corpus callosum rostro; 5: Corpus callosum knee; 6: Corpus callosum; 7: Splenium of corpus callosum; 8: Anterior commisure; 9: Fornix; 10: IV ventricle; 11: Cerebellum.

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: Sagittal inverted T1 RM image, general view.;
     
     
  • Figure 6
    A sagittal inverted T1 RM image
     

    1: Striatum nucleus; 2: Thalamus; 3: Lateral ventricle; 4: Cerebral peduncle; 5: Cerebellum; 6: Occipital-Parietal scissure.

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: Sagittal inverted T1 RM image.;

    1: Frontal horn of lateral ventricle; 2: Striatum nucleus; 3: Internal capsule with caudate-lenticular bridges; 4: Thalamus; 5: Cerebellum.

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: Sagittal inverted T1 RM image.;

    1: Putamen; 2: Hippocampus; 3: Temporal horn lateral ventricle.

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: Sagittal inverted T1 RM image.;
     
     
A lateral view of the sagittal oblique projection. 1: caudate nucleus head; 2: caudate body; 3: caudate tail; 4: putamen nucleus; 5: corona radiata; 6: caudate-lenticular gray bridges; 7: internal capsule; 8: amygdala. (4)
 
A medial view sagittal oblique projection. 1: caudate nucleus head; 2: caudate body; 3: caudate tail; 4: putamen nucleus; 5: corona radiata; 6: caudate-lenticular gray bridges; 7: internal capsule; 8: globus pallidus (lateral part); 9: globus pallidus (medial part); 10: anterior commissure; 1: accumbens nucleus. (4)
 
1: Claustrum; 2: Insula; 3: Sylvian sulcus; 4: Putamen; 5: Globus pallidus; 6: Extreme capsule.
 
1: Internal capsule knee; 2: External capsule; 3: Frontal horn of lateral ventricle; 4: Occipital horn of lateral ventricle; 5: Septum pellucidum; 6: Head of caudate nucleus; 7: Claustrum; 8: Putamen; 9: Globus pallidus; 10: Thalamus; 11: Insula.
 
1: Corpus callosum knee; 2: Head of caudate nucleus; 3: Body of fornix; 4: Occipital horn of lateral ventricle; 5: Splenium of corpus callosum.
 
1: Lateral ventricle (middle cell); 2: body of caudate nucleus.
 
1: Centro semiovale; 2: Rolandic scissure.
 
1: Extreme capsule; 2: Claustrum; 3: Putamen; 4: Head of caudate nucleus; 5: Internal capsule; 6: External capsule; 7: Cingulate gyrus; 8: Corpus callosum; 9: Accumbens nucleus; 10: Septum pellucidum.
 
1: Anterior commissure; 2: Accumbens nucleus; 3: Claustrum; 4: Extreme capsule; 5: External capsule; 6: Internal capsule; 7: Fornix crux; 8: Caudate nucleus; 9: Putamen; 10: Globus pallidus; 11: Amygdala.
 
1: Temporal lobe; 2: Insula; 3: Genu of corpus callosum; 4: Cingulate gyrus; 5: Superior frontal gyrus; 6: Middle frontal gyrus; 7: Inferior frontal gyrus; 8: Head of caudate nucleus; 9: Frontal horn of lateral ventricle.
 
1: Medulla oblongata ; 2: Pons; 3: Middle brain; 4: Corpus callosum rostro; 5: Corpus callosum knee; 6: Corpus callosum; 7: Splenium of corpus callosum; 8: Anterior commisure; 9: Fornix; 10: IV ventricle; 11: Cerebellum.
 
1: Striatum nucleus; 2: Thalamus; 3: Lateral ventricle; 4: Cerebral peduncle; 5: Cerebellum; 6: Occipital-Parietal scissure.
 
1: Frontal horn of lateral ventricle; 2: Striatum nucleus; 3: Internal capsule with caudate-lenticular bridges; 4: Thalamus; 5: Cerebellum.
 
1: Putamen; 2: Hippocampus; 3: Temporal horn lateral ventricle.
 
 
 
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