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English: Visualization of a DTI measurement of a human brain. Depicted are reconstructed fiber tracts that run through the mid-sagittal plane. Especially prominent are the U-shaped fibers that connect the two hemispheres through the corpus callosum (the fibers come out of the image plane and consequently bend towards the top) and the fiber tracts that descend toward the spine (blue, within the image plane)
Français : Visualisation d'une mesure DTI d'un cerveau humain. Ce qui est représenté sont des faisceaux de fibres reconstruits qui traversent le plan demi-sagittal. On observe les fibres en U qui connectent les deux hémisphères à travers le corps calleux, qui sont particulièrement importantes (les fibres sortent du plan de l'image et par conséquent se courber vers le haut) ainsi que les faisceaux de fibres qui descendent vers la colonne vertébrale (bleu, dans le plan de l'image)
Deutsch: Traktographie-Verfahren rekonstruieren aus den Messdaten der Diffusions-Tensor-Bildgebung den anzunehmenden Verlauf größerer Nervenbahnen. Hier dargestellt sind die Ergebnisse für ein menschliches Gehirn; um die Übersichtlichkeit zu wahren, beschränkt sich die Abbildung auf Bahnen, die die Medianebene schneiden. Insbesondere sind dies die U-förmigen Faserbündel, die die beiden Hirnhälften verbinden (sie durchstoßen die Bildebene und sind nach oben gebogen) sowie die Faserbündel, die zum Rückenmark ziehen (blau dargestellt, liegen innerhalb der Bildebene)
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Rendering is own work, using a modified version of the BioTensor application developed at the University of Utah. The dataset is courtesy of Gordon Kindlmann at the Scientific Computing and Imaging Institute, University of Utah, and Andrew Alexander, W.M. Keck Laboratory for Functional Brain Imaging and Behaviour, University of Wisconsin, Madison. It is publicly available from [1]

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