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Brain Tract Development - projection fibers

3D depiction of developmental white matter fibers

A lateral view of projection fibers, where red and purple fibers in 13, 15, and 19 week brains are the cerebral peduncle and the inferior cerebellar peduncle, respectively.

d is a lateral view of association tracts, in which blue fibers in brains of 13 and 15 weeks are the external capsule, and green and red fibers in a brain of 19 weeks are the inferior longitudinal fasciculus/inferior fronto-occipital peduncle and uncinate fasciculus, respectively.

For anatomical guidance, the thalamus (yellow structure) and the ventricles (gray structure) are also shown.


Original File Name: Figure 3 - 3D depiction of developmental white matter fibers.

Reference

<pubmed>19339620</pubmed>| PMC2721010 | J Neurosci.

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