Video Introduction to the Cingulum

I posted this on my neuroimaging blog and thought I should post it here too. This is a video I put together about the cingulum, a prominent white matter fiber track in the brain that is involved in emotion, attention, memory, among many other functions. All images except one from Gray’s Anatomy (the anatomy book, not the T.V. show) were created by me using some fairly advanced imaging techniques. If you are interested about some of the techniques, read my neuroimaging blog.

2 Replies to “Video Introduction to the Cingulum”

  1. Lol, thanks. Although you are inferring fractional anisotropy from the fiber tracking since it is only used as part of the equation in creating those fiber mappings and does not factor into the display (although, I can create a nice fiber tracking that shades the lines based on FA). 🙂 Thanks again.

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