Bulbo raquidiano (ou medula oblonga): Anatomia com RM

Esta galeria de fotos apresenta a anatomia do Medulla, por meio de ressonância magnética (sagital, axial e coronal em T1).

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  • MRI of the brain, T1-weighted sagittal view. Image 1.   1, Midbrain. 2, Pons. 3, Medulla. 4, Cerebellum.
  • MRI of the brain, T1-weighted axial view. Image 2.   1, Flocculus (Cerebellum). 2, Ventral median fissure. 3, Medulla. 4, Inferior cerebellar peduncle. 5, Cerebellar hemisphere. 6, Nodulus (Vermis).
  • MRI of the brain, T1-weighted coronal view. Image 3.   1, Cerebral peduncle. 2, Middle cerebellar peduncle. 3, Medulla.
  • MRI of the brain, T1-weighted axial view. Image 4.   1, Tonsil (Cerebellum). 2, Glossopharyngeal nerve (IX) and vagus nerve (X). 3, Medulla. 4, Basilar artery. 5, Cerebellar hemisphere.
  • MRI of the brain, T2-weighted axial view. Image 5.   1, Medullary olive. 2, Pre-olivary sulcus. 3, Ventral median fissure. 4, Medullary pyramid. 5, Cerebellar hemisphere.
  • MRI of the brain, T2-weighted axial view. Image 6 of 6.   1, Glossopharyngeal nerve (IX) and vagus nerve (X). 2, Medulla. 3, Premedullary cistern. 4, Jugular foramen. 5, Cerebellar hemisphere.