Atlases

SPL/NAC Brain Atlas

The SPL/NAC Brain Atlas is an MRI-derived atlas of a normal volunteer developed through a collaboration between the Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital. It consists of more than three hundred structures and represents more than two decades of development.

SPL Liver Atlas

Derived from a clinical quality CT scan, this SPL Liver Atlas features the liver, liver vasculature, other large vessels, and abdominal organs.

SPL Inner Ear Atlas

The SPL Inner Ear Atlas is an human ear based on CT stans from a experimental CT scanner. It was created as a joint project between the German Cancer Research Center and the SPL.

SPL Head and Neck Atlas

The SPL Head and Neck Atlas is a CT-based atlas of the skull, mandible, upper ribs and spine, and associated muscles of the neck. The atlas includes Cartilage, blood vessels, and glands.

SPL Knee Atlas

The SPL Knee atlas is a MRI derived atlas of the human knee, showing muscles, bones, tendons, and ligaments, fat, blood vessels, cartilage, meniscus, and nerves.

SPL Abdominal Atlas

Derived from a clinical quality CT scan, this SPL Abdominal Atlas features the skeletal system, vasculature, muscles, and abdominal organs.