Human brain, 3-D MRI scan

Human brain, 3-D MRI scan

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Caption: 3-D brain scan. Coloured three-dimensional (3-D) magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan of a healthy human brain with a section cutaway. The cerebrum, which makes up most of the brain, has outfolds called gyri that are fissured with sulci. The grey matter (blue/green & dark grey) and white matter (red & light grey) are seen in the cutaway portion. The cerebrum controls conscious thoughts, emotions and movements. MRI scanners produce slice images of the body using a powerful magnetic field and pulses of radio waves. Successive slices can be formed into a 3-D image by a computer. This scan was produced at the Laboratory of Neuro Imaging (LONI) at UCLA, USA.

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Keywords: 3-d, america, anatomy, brain scan, cerebrum, coloured, grey matter, gyri, gyrus, human body, laboratory of neuro imaging, loni, los angeles, magnetic resonance imaging, mri, nervous system, neuroimaging, neurology, sulci, sulcus, three-dimensional, ucla, united states, university of california, us, usa, white matter

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