Brain anatomy, axial MRI scans

Brain anatomy, axial MRI scans

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This image is part of the sequence Healthcare: MRI scans through a healthy brain in horizontal view

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Caption: Brain anatomy, coloured axial magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans. The sequence of scans (from left to right) passes from the base of the brain (at the base of the nose, top left), up to a level near the top of the brain (bottom right). The eyes and nose (blue/white) appear in the first 6 scans. The brain tissue (orange) consists of mostly the cerebellum and brainstem in the first three scans, brain regions that control subconscious functions. The cerebrum dominates the last two rows, with the folded outer surface (cerebral cortex, best seen in the last scan) being responsible for conscious thought and movement. Ventricles (black) dividing the brain hemispheres are seen in scans 8-10.

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