Equine Brain Atlas
MRI of the equine brain is performed to identify causes for neurological signs. In order to apply the most advanced MRI techniques to the evaluation of the equine brain a brain atlas is required. This project aims to create the first equine brain atlas using high resolution structural and diffusion imaging. This can be used for anatomic reference and can facilitate the application of advanced techniques such as voxel based morphometry and diffusion tensor imaging for analysis of the equine brain.
Funding: Cornell Resident Research Grant and The Harry M. Zweig Memorial Fund for Equine Research
Open Access Brain Atlas available at: Cornell eCommons
Manuscript has been published in Frontiers in Neuroanatomy and is available at this link: Equine Brain Atlas