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All authors are attached to the University of Leuven. BART DEPREITERE, M.D., resident at the Department of Neurosurgery and co-worker at the Department of Neu ro-anatomy, composed this atlas together with PETER GEENS, prosector at the Department of Neuro-anatomy. Co-authors are CHRISTIAAN PLETS, M.D., Ph. D., Professor and Chairman of Neurosurgery and Professor of Neuro-anatomy, and JOHAN VAN LOON, M.D., staff member at the Department of Neurosurgery. In this era of ever expanding medical imaging techniques, brain sections have become an important way to present neuro-anatomical information. This atlas contains photographs of a complete series of coronal, axial and sagittal sections of cadaver human brains. Great care was given to gray-white contrast and reproduction of anatomical detail. Each photograph is printed in colour and supplied with a comprehensive legend based on the official anatomical nomen clature. This work is meant to be a concise but complete and practical atlas, offering help to medical students in their study of the complex three-dimensional anatomy of the human brain and serving as a tool in clinical practice for neurologists, neurosurgeons and neuroradiologists.