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| valign="top" | This is an animation created from individual three-dimensional reconstruction of the lateral (top row) surface of 13–21 week brains to reveal the development of the Sylvian or lateral fissure (green arrow).
 
| valign="top" | This is an animation created from individual three-dimensional reconstruction of the lateral (top row) surface of 13–21 week brains to reveal the development of the Sylvian or lateral fissure (green arrow).
  

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This is an animation created from individual three-dimensional reconstruction of the lateral (top row) surface of 13–21 week brains to reveal the development of the Sylvian or lateral fissure (green arrow).


Brain fissure development 03.jpg

Diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) A newly developed form of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). Magnetic field variations of the MRI magnet are applied in at least six different directions generating a three dimensional shape of the diffusion pattern. This technique can be used in neural imaging of white matter due to the orientation of axon bundles and the associated water flow. (More? Magnetic Resonance Imaging)

Neural DTI Links: Scaled Fissures 13-21 weeks | Fissures 13-21 weeks | Brain Sylvian Fissure | Scaled Brain and Ventricles 13-21 weeks | Scaled Brain, Ventricles and Ganglia 13-21 weeks | Limbic Tract 13-19 weeks | Brain and Ventricles 13-21 weeks | Sylvian Fissure Movie | Neural System Development | Magnetic Resonance Imaging


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


Original File Name: Figure 5 Original image modified by scaling relative to 21 weeks, labeling, and reorganizing arrangement of image.


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