Bactrian camel neuroimaging: computed tomography, brain in container: coronal view

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Title
Bactrian camel neuroimaging: computed tomography, brain in container: coronal view
Contributors
Walsh, Edward (author)
Collins, Scott (author)
Leary, Owen (author)
Merck, Derek (author)
Merck, Lisa (author)
Sherwood, Chester (author)
Doi
10.7301/Z00C4SPV
Date Created
2016
Abstract
These files are computed tomography data collected while the brain was contained in a plastic basin filled with preserving fluid. The brain tissue and preserving fluid are visible in the images. Each set of volumetric data has been resampled in axial, coronal, and sagittal views and saved as three sets of DICOM data. Only image files containing visible brain tissue have been saved and included in this set. Overall, the shape of the brain tissue, as well as that of the ventricular system, can be distinguished clearly in both studies, but gray-­white matter differentiation is almost nonexistent. The following conditions apply to this data: Transfer Syntax: Little Endian Explicit. Slice Thickness: 625.00 μm. L­-R Angle: 0°. S-­I Angle: ­-90°. Scan Mode: 1.1 Helical Brain. Number of Slices: 235. Computed tomography data was collected at Rhode Island Hospital.
Keywords
Bactrian camel
Neuroimaging
Tomography
Notes
Imaging modalities: Computed tomography
Scanning preparation: Brain in container
View: Coronal view

Citation

Walsh, Edward, Collins, Scott, Leary, Owen, et al., "Bactrian camel neuroimaging: computed tomography, brain in container: coronal view" (2016). Brown University Open Data Collection, Bactrian Camel Brain Imaging. Brown Digital Repository. Brown University Library. https://doi.org/10.7301/Z00C4SPV

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