Canine Brain Transections is a website intended for veterinary students studying neuroanatomy. It presents the anatomy of the canine brain as seen in transverse sections. The website has the following two divisions; students may toggle between the two divisions per brain transection level:
1] Brain Transection Levels -- facilitates relating brain transection levels to whole brain regions; also, helpful for assembling a series of brain transection images into correct rostro-caudal order.
2] Brain Transection Atlas -- facilitates identifying the anatomical components seen within images of brain transections. Two modes are featured: 1) focus on names and see the components labeled and described, or 2) focus on components and see the names high-lighted. An index screen showing small images of all sections is provided for navigation to particular transection images.
Note: Magnifications of the individual brain transection images vary. In general, sections are magnified to fill the available display area.
CVM 6120 Canine Brain Transections Website
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Last modified June 2011
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