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Scientific result | Europe | MRI
The Ginkgo team (BAOBAB / NeuroSpin), in collaboration with the Inserm iBRAIN U1253 unit (Tours), published in NeuroImage the first anatomical atlas of the human brainstem at mesoscopic scale from ultra-high field MRI. Freely available as a wiki, this atlas will be used in particular by neuroanatomists and by neurosurgeons to guide their surgical procedures.
 brainstem nuclei: clusters of neurons that relay information between the cerebral cortex
and the cerebellar cortex.
 Segmentation: manual contouring of anatomical structures
Lechanoine F., Jacquesson T.,
Beaujoin J., Serres B., Mohammadi M., Planty-Bonjour A., Andersson F.,
Poupon C., Destrieux C.
WIKIBrainStem: an online atlas to manually segment the human brainstem at the mesoscopic scale from ultrahigh field MRI. | NeuroImage 2021
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