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Figure 3 (A-C): Directionally encoded color maps show the anatomy of the various tracts as per the assigned colors (shown in the lower right corner of the image): at the level of the pons (A), the corticospinal tract (thin white arrow) is seen in blue and the transverse pontine fi bers (bold black arrow) are seen in red. Images at higher levels (B, C) show the arcuate fasciculus in blue (bent black arrow), the internal capsule/corona radiata in blue (curved arrows), and the superior longitudinal fasciculus in green (bold white arrow)

Figure 3 (A-C): Directionally encoded color maps show the anatomy of the various tracts as per the assigned colors (shown in the lower right corner of the image): at the level of the pons (A), the corticospinal tract (thin white arrow) is seen in blue and the transverse pontine fi bers (bold black arrow) are seen in red. Images at higher levels (B, C) show the arcuate fasciculus in blue (bent black arrow), the internal capsule/corona radiata in blue (curved arrows), and the superior longitudinal fasciculus in green (bold white arrow)