Normal "one humped camel" brain: A study with magnetic resonance imaging and gross dissection anatomy
Three brains of healthy adult camels were studied anatomically and with magnetic resonance imaging. The anatomical study accomplished through 12 cross-sections. Grossly, forebrain formed of diencephalon and telencephalon. Diencephalon formed of epithalamus, thalamus, metathalamus and hypothalamus. Telencephalon formed of two completely separated hemispheres, each formed of grey and white matter. T1-weighted images showed the white matter as grey (dark), grey ... إقراء المزيد