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thalamus of the Macaca mulatta
|Statement||by Jerzy Olszewski.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||93 p. :|
|Number of Pages||93|
A stereotaxic brain atlas of the basal ganglia and thalamus of Macaca fascicularis presented here is designed with a surgical perspective. In this regard, all coordinates have been referenced to a line linking the anterior and posterior commissures (ac–pc line) and considering the center of the ac at the midline as the origin of the bicommissural space. It was thought that attentional effects arise in the thalamus but for the visual system, evidence at the single cell level has been rare. This paper demonstrates spatial attentional modulation in.
Ojima H. Terminal morphology and distribution of corticothalamic fibers originating from layers 5 and 6 of cat primary auditory cortex. Cereb Cortex. Nov-Dec; 4 (6)– Partlow GD, Colonnier M, Szabo J. Thalamic projections of the superior colliculus in the rhesus monkey, Macaca mulatta. A light and electron microscopic by: Localization of Taste in the Thalamus of Macaca mulatta * By Marvin Blum, A. Earl Walker and Theodore C. Ruch Topics: Articles.
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Thalamus of the Macaca Mulatta: An Atlas for Use with the Stereotaxic Instrument [Jerzy Olszewski] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Jerzy Olszewski. Stereotactic Atlas of the Macaca mulatta Thalamus and Adjacent Basal Ganglia Nuclei: Sagittal Cytoarchitectonic Plates with Maps of the Outlined within the Intracerebral Coordinate System: Medicine & Health Science Books @ About this book Introduction Despite numerous studies devoted to the thalamus, its function as a whole and specifically the functional role of the individual thalamic nuclei, outside those regions that are involved in the processing of the sensory information, still remains in.
The thalamus of the Macaca, mulatta. An atlas for use with the stereotaxic instrument. An atlas for use with the stereotaxic instrument. Author(s): Olszewski, J. ; Assistant Professor Of Neuro-anatomy, Department Of Neurology ; Neuro-surgery, Mcgill by: Outstanding; a detailed and complete examination of the love-seat of the brain.
I place this book right next to my Ramon y Cajal and MacLean. Few workers have much knowledge of the system surrounding and perfusing the thalamus, yet here is a thalamus of the Macaca mulatta book which will place your understanding of the most passed though and least investigated organ such that 5/5.
Material and Methods Mature monkeys (Macaca mulatta) were obtained commercially. Some were mated in the laboratory; others were pregnant on arrival. The latter were X-rayed to estimate gestational age by visualizing the fetal skeleton.' Hysterotomy was performed under local anesthesia late in by: The thalamus and the ascending motor-related pathways relayed through it.
(a) Exploded view of the thalamus of Macaca mulatta from a lateral anterior viewpoint. For details see text. This schematic was constructed by digitizing summary plates. Macaca mulatta, area 8 is partially situ ated in the depth of sulcus arcuatus, and its surgical removal may entail unintended damage to Subcortical fiber systems which innervate cortical areas other than area 8.
The same source of errors exists in most if not all human cases with damage to area 8. This can lead to errors in. The rhesus macaque (Macaca mulatta) is a species of Old World is listed as least concern in the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species in view of its wide distribution, presumed large population, and its tolerance of a broad range of habitats.
It is native to South, Central, and Southeast Asia and has the widest geographic range of all non-human primates, occupying a Class: Mammalia. Stereotactic atlas of the Macaca mulatta Thalamus and adjacent basal ganglia nuclei: sagittal cytoarchitectonic plates with maps of the outlined nuclei and their computer reconstructions in the coronal and horizontal planes within the intracerebral coordinate system.
The Szabo and Cowan atlas () established the basis for stereotaxic surgery in Macaca fascicularis many years ago. Later on, this atlas was superseded by the seminal contribution of Martin and Bowden (). The Martin–Bowden atlas was published one year later in a book format by the University of Washington in Seattle () Cited by: Figure showing sections through the thalamus.
(a) and (b) are magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) T1 weighted images of the same section of human thalamus (traced in red), with intensity settings inverted (using ANALYZE software); images provided by the authors.
(c) is a Nissl stained coronal section through Macaca Mulatta by: Ultrastructure of the major cerebellar territory of the monkey thalamus, or VL as delineated in sagittal maps by Ilinsky and Kultas‐Ilinsky (J. Comp. Cited by: Macaca mulatta: Enzyme Histochemistry of the Nervous System focuses on the enzyme architecture of the rhesus monkey (Macaca mulatta) brain, both at the gross and the microscopic levels.
Composed of 12 chapters, this book provides a complete topographical map of the distribution of several enzymes with respect to the neuroanatomical Edition: 1. The thalamus of the Macaca mulatta: an atlas for use with the stereotaxic instrument. A stereotaxic brain atlas of the basal ganglia and thalamus of Macaca fascicularis presented here is designed with a surgical perspective.
In this regard, all coordinates have been referenced to. The book deals with the thalamus of the rhesus monkey (Macaca mulatta), but enough work was done on the chimpanzee to show that the results hold also for this primate and are directly applicable to man. A note on the thalamic nuclei of Macaca mulatta Article in The Journal of Comparative Neurology 66(1) - October with 6 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Neurons at the nigral output node of the basal ganglia were recorded in this study; some could have been projecting to thalamus, although testing this was not a goal of the experiment.
Monkeys were presented with up to eight visual stimuli and then, after a delay, one was dimmed to specify it as a saccade by: Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features.
Try it now. No thanks. Try the new Google Books Get print book. No eBook available The anatomy of the rhesus monkey: (Macaca mulatta) Carl Gottfried Hartman, William Louis Straus Snippet view - The anatomy of the rhesus monkey (Macaca.
Oertel G. Cyto- and myeloarchitectonics of the rhombencephalon of the rhesus monkey – Macaca mulatta Zimmerman. J. Hirnforsch. In German. Not a stereotaxic atlas, but used in conjunction with one may prove useful for additional detail of localization in frontal, sagittal and horizontal sections.A stereotaxic brain atlas of the basal ganglia and thalamus of Macaca fascicularis presented here is designed with a surgical perspective.
In this regard, all coordinates have been referenced to a line linking the anterior and posterior commissures (ac–pc line) and considering the center of the ac at the midline as the origin of the bicommissural by: Toward an agreement on terminology of nuclear and subnuclear divisions of the motor thalamus.
Find This Book in Your Library Article Information Sagittal cytoarchitectonic maps of the Macaca mulatta thalamus with a revised nomenclature of the motor-related nuclei validated by observations on their by: