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Neuroanatomy software

Tobias Kohlenberg tkohlenb at reed.edu
Wed Sep 21 03:51:23 EST 1994


In article <jkiernan.11.2E7D9B70 at julian.uwo.ca>,
J. A. Kiernan <jkiernan at julian.uwo.ca> wrote:
>In article <d-gitelman-1609941100580001 at mac101.cbcnap.nwu.edu> d-gitelman at nwu.edu writes:
>>From: d-gitelman at nwu.edu
>>Subject: Re: Neuroanatomy software
>>Date: Fri, 16 Sep 1994 11:00:58 -0600
>
>>In article <Cw2M44.JDE at festival.ed.ac.uk>, adshort at festival.ed.ac.uk (A
>>Short) wrote:
>
>>> Can anyone point me to software for teaching neuroanatomy 
>>> for the parts of CNS, nuclei, tracts i.e the macroscopic level?.
>         
>  I recommend this programme very strongly (because I wrote it):
>
>   NEUROTUT.EXE  (Self-extracting archive)
>
>        NRO  Human Neuroscience Tutorial, Version
>         1.05 (May 1994).  When installed on a hard
>         disk (needs 582 KB) it provides eight
>         Neuroanatomy tutorials and over 300
>         revision questions that cover the whole of
>         Human Neuroscience.  A color monitor is
>         very desirable but not essential. By
>         John A. Kiernan, Department of Anatomy,
>         The University of Western Ontario, London,
>         Canada.
>
>  It's available from two medical shareware sites:
>
>   1. University of Texas, Houston Medical shareware
>         anonymous FTP: 
>                         dean.med.uth.tmc.edu          
>         If you can't find it, write to:  sfath at thesisa.med.uth.tmc.edu
>
>   2. Medical Education Shareware, Univ. of California, Irvine
>         anonymous FTP:
>                         FTP.UCI.EDU
>         If necessary, write to:  sclancy at uci.edu
>
>   These are accessible with Gopher.
>
>   If you try NEUROTUT please let me know what you think of it.
>
>                                     John A. Kiernan
>                                     Department of Anatomy
>                                     Univ. of Western Ontario
>                                     LONDON, Canada  N6A 5C1
>                                     (519) 679-2111 e.6822
>
>    
>                        
>
Is this on Pc or Mac or both?
I have a Mac and so I hope it is on Mac
Thanks,
Toby



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