Source: Savel'ev-1996

Stereoskopicheskii Atlas Mozga Cheloveka

Savel'ev SV
AREA XVII, Moscow, 1996.

Stereoscopic Atlas of the Human Brain This Russian atlas of the human brain is the source of some 400 Russian terms in NeuroNames. A handbook of classical neuroanatomy, it is thoroughly illustrated with labeled diagrams and photographs of the intact brain and dissected specimens. It also contains series of photographs of frontal, sagittal and horizontal cut surfaces of the unstained brain. Extensive chapters on individual differences provide quantitative information on the variability of sulcal and gyral patterns of the cerebral cortex.

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