Virtual cerebral ventricular system: an MR-based three-dimensional computer model.

@article{Adams2011VirtualCV,
  title={Virtual cerebral ventricular system: an MR-based three-dimensional computer model.},
  author={Christina Marie Adams and Timothy D Wilson},
  journal={Anatomical sciences education},
  year={2011},
  volume={4 6},
  pages={
          340-7
        }
}
  • Christina Marie Adams, Timothy D Wilson
  • Published in Anatomical sciences education 2011
  • Medicine
  • The inherent spatial complexity of the human cerebral ventricular system, coupled with its deep position within the brain, poses a problem for conceptualizing its anatomy. Cadaveric dissection, while considered the gold standard of anatomical learning, may be inadequate for learning the anatomy of the cerebral ventricular system; even with intricate dissection, ventricular structures remain difficult to observe. Three-dimensional (3D) computer reconstruction of the ventricular system offers a… CONTINUE READING

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