Türk Nöroşirürji Dergisi 2023 , Vol 33 , Num 3
Anatomical Specimen Imaging Techniques
Zeynep DAĞLAR1
1Dörtyol Devlet Hastanesi, Nöroşirürji Kliniği, Dörtyol, Hatay Anatomy is a challenging field as it relies on visual representation and demands a thorough understanding of three-dimensional concepts. Specifically, grasping the three-dimensional topographic anatomy of brain white matter pathways and comprehending their interrelationships necessitates a three-dimensional perspective. A photographic technique called stereopsis is used to create a perception of depth in two-dimensional photographs and to perceive the anatomy correctly. Stereopsis (ie depth perception); It is formed by the perception of each of two photographs, called stereo pairs, which are at a certain distance from the human eye, with one eye. Materials for white matter dissection are invaluable, and it is crucial to document all dissections in three dimensions. This article delves into a detailed examination of the three-dimensional imaging techniques used in anatomical studies of white matter dissection. Anahtar Kelimeler : Anatomy, White matter, Dissection, Stereopsis, Imaging