NeuroNames Brain Hierarchy.

@article{Bowden1995NeuroNamesBH,
  title={NeuroNames Brain Hierarchy.},
  author={Douglas M. Bowden and Richard F. Martin},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={1995},
  volume={2 1},
  pages={63-83}
}
The NeuroNames Brain Hierarchy is a structured system of neuroanatomical terminology that provides a comprehensive representation of virtually all human and nonhuman primate brain structures that are identifiable either grossly or in Niss1-stained histological sections. This system was devised for computer applications to address deficiencies in the brain terminology presented in Nomina Anatomica. English terms are listed for 783 structures in nine levels of hierarchical ranking. Abbreviations… CONTINUE READING

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