Video of the Central Sulcus
I’ve just uploaded a new video on the Central Sulcus in a 3-d rotating model of the brain with a semi-transparent overlying skull casing which helps the audience to visualise the anatomical relationships. Again like previous videos this video has a Creative Commons license meaning that with appropriate use of the license the video can be reused. For instance if you are producing a neuroanatomy or neurophysiology video, this can be used within the terms of the Creative Commons license. Similarly for Powerpoint presentations.
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