Brain limbic system, 3-D MRI scan

Brain limbic system, 3-D MRI scan

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Caption: Limbic system. Coloured three-dimensional magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan of the limbic system of a healthy human brain. The front of the brain is at right. The limbic system is involved in instinct, emotion and establishing memories. It consists of an arc of structures, such as the amygdala (light blue, lower centre), that lie below the corpus callosum (green layer, centre). The thalamus (purple), caudate nucleus (bright pink, part of the basal ganglia) and cingulate gyrus (pale pink, above the corpus callosum) are also seen. This image was compiled from successive slice MRI scans at the Laboratory of Neuro Imaging (LONI) at UCLA, USA.

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Keywords: 3-d, america, amygdala, anatomy, brain scan, caudate nucleus, cerebrum, cingulate gyrus, coloured, corpus callosum, human body, laboratory of neuro imaging, limbic system, loni, los angeles, magnetic resonance imaging, mri, nervous system, neuroimaging, neurology, sulci, sulcus, thalamus, three-dimensional, ucla, united states, university of california, us, usa

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