Billy Rubin

The adventures of a pre-clerkship medical student.

Thursday, October 12, 2006

Functional Neuroanatomy

I discovered this program, Functional Neuroanatomy, at the University of Toronto website. It's an amazing program for learning neuro structures. It has sagittal, axial and coronal images of the brain, angiograms, tracts, and spinal cord sections. Structures light up when you pass your mouse over them and a brief description appears on the right. You can switch back and forth between anatomical features, functional areas, and vascular territories. In each of the views, you can do self tests to aid you in naming things. It's a remarkable program and a great aid for med students who are slogging through neuro. Hope it helps

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