Douglas Oliver, Ph.D., Dept. of Neuroscience, University of Connecticut
RADIOLOGICAL ANATOMY OF CNS - LABORATORY
Written by H. H. Chen, M.D. and D. L. Oliver, Ph.D.
Webpage Created by Beng Jit Tan, Ph.D. (Medical Class of 1997) and Douglas L.
To identify the normal anatomy of the human CNS in MRI and CT scans.
The first four cases represent normal anatomy; the first three cases are
MRI scans and the fourth case is a CT scan. Try to identify each of the
structures listed for each slide. You may be able to identify even more
things than those listed.
To identify pathological areas of the human CNS in MRI and CT scans.
The last three cases represent pathology; two CT scans and one MRI scan
of pathology. After identifying the pathological areas, try to deduce which
blood vessels may have been involved in creating the pathology.