Sagittal View Of The Human Brain

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A Sagittal View: Right Down the Middle! The picture above shows the mid-sagittal view of a human, monkey, and cat brain. Essentially we have cut straight down the middle of the brains, separating them two halves. Can you visualize that? If you need a reminder of directional terminology, click here.

Key facts about the midsagittal view of the brain Diencephalon and brainstem Nuclei – thalamic, hypothalamic, pineal … Cerebellum Vermis – lingula, central, culmen, decli … Cerebrum Corpus callosum, third ventricle, interv … Important Brodmann areas Area 4 – primary motor cortex Areas 6, 8 …

Sagittal section (transverse section) of human brain. This category has the following 2 subcategories, out of 2 total. The following 147 files are in this category, out of 147 total. Engraving; section of brain, by Capieux, 1792. Wellcome L0007162.jpg 1,500 × 1,298; 710 KB

Sagittal View Of The Human Brain