ICBM Single Subject MRI Anatomical Template
The purpose of the ICBM brain template is to provide a reference that includes both a set of coordinates and the associated anatomical labels.
The localization of functional imaging results on averages of large number of brain MRI volumes does not provide detailed anatomical information. Alternatively, the spatial registration and normalization of brain images from different individuals to a single high-resolution labeled template recognizes the topographically relevant anatomical substrate for a specific activation. More
ICBM 452 T1 Atlas
The ICBM452 atlas is an average of T1-weighted MRIs of normal
young adult brains.
The space the atlas is in is not based on
any single subject. Instead it is an average space constructed
from the average position, orientation, scale, and shear from
all the individual subjects. The atlas, therefore, is both an
average of intensities and of spatial positioning. More
ICBM Cytoarchitectonic Maps
The spatial normalization of the macroscopical anatomy of an MRI brain dataset to a common reference system permits statements about the structural intersubject variability of architectonic areas and their correlation to functional activations. More
ICBM Probabilistic Atlases
The 452 ICBM subject T1-weighted scans were used to create a set of Probabilistic Atlases.
These consist of the ICBM Tissue, Lobular, Deep Nuclei, and Sulcal Probabilistic Atlases.
ICBM Tissue Atlases
The Tissue Atlases are classified into gray matter, white matter, and cerebrospinal fluid.
ICBM Lobular Atlases
The Lobular Atlases consist of frontal, parietal, temporal, occipital, insular cortex, and cerebellar delineations.
ICBM Deep Nuclei Atlases
The Deep Nuclei Atlases consist of caudate, thalamus, and putamen delineations.
ICBM Sulcal Atlases
The Sulcal Atlases are genreated from the bilateral delineation of twenty sulci.
More on ICBM Probabilistic Atlases
ICBM DTI-81 Atlas
A stereotaxic probabilistic white matter atlas that fuses DTI-based white matter information with an anatomical template (ICBM-152). More