Internal Capsule orientation

Matthew Kirkcaldie m.kirkcaldie at removethis.unsw.edu.au
Mon May 24 20:11:02 EST 2004


In article <e5071a17.0405241003.6c98f38c at posting.google.com>,
 ssothro at hotmail.com (Stam) wrote:

> Hi all, 
>    thank you for your answers. I know that the internal capsule fibers
> are not unidirectional. But I think that in terms of internal capsule
> 's conductivity, it is possible to define a main direction along which
> the conductivity is extremely high comparing to the conductivities in
> all other directions, i.e. Internal capsule is anisotropic. Which is
> this high conductivity direction?

In a radiating, three dimensional fan from the brainstem expanding out 
to the cortical surface.  Didn't you read the previous responses or look 
at the link?

         Matthew.



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