A Modern Online Digital Dejerine Atlas  (

This contemporary, online and digital Dejerine’s Atlas consists of various chapters that were listed on pages 310 to 311 in the original Dejerine’s atlas, together with an account of the abbreviations used in the drawings provided by H. Gillet.Dejerine started by describing the lateral fossa (01) then the insula (02) and the central lobe (03) corresponding to the pre‐central and the post central gyri (the first belonging to the frontal lobe, the second to the parietal lobe). Dejerine continued with the frontal (04), parietal (05), temporal (06), and occipital (07) lobes. Dejerine finished by providing an account of the limbic lobe (08) that corresponds to the description of the cingulate gyrus and the parahippocampal gyrus and the hippocampus. Each chapter presents a translation of the terms listed by Dejerine on pages 310 and 311 that have been adapted to today’s terminology, except when it is not possible to find equivalent terms in the Terminologia Anatomica (TA: Terminologia anatomica, 1998, Georg Thieme Verlag). such cases, a simple translation of Dejerine’s terminology is used.Each anatomical term is defined in accordance with Dejerine’s description in his atlas. The definition of a term starts with the anatomical term found in the Terminologia Anatomica in English, Latin, French, and Spanish. In addition, we provide the numerical classifications found within both the Terminologia Anatomica and the Terminologia Humana Anatomica (THA Fribourg. ).Based on the descriptions within the Dejerine atlas, the cytoarchitectural boundaries of the cortical mantle have been manually delineated in 3D on the 400μm resolution BigBrain (Amuntz et al., 2013), using MRICron [http:/]. A 3D reconstruction of the drawings using Vizua 3D has allowed us to add labels and to offer descriptions of the anatomical terms.

References Amunts al. BigBrain: An Ultrahigh‐‐‐ResoluCon 3D Human Brain Model. (2013) Science 340, 1472,. Dejerine J., Dejerine‐Klumpke A. (1895) Anatomie des centres nerveux, tome 1. Rueff et Cie, Paris. Terminologia Anatomica: Internationnal Anatomical Terminology. (1999) New York:Thieme Medical Publishers

Acknowledgement: Musée Dupyutren and Fondation Dejerine; Students who participated in the project

TEPARG Programme March 5th 2016

TEPARG Programme March 5th 2016

09.00 am

09.15 Diogo Pais, Diogo Casal, Teaching and Learning Anatomy by Short Intensive Courses – a Six Years’ Experience at the Faculty of Medical Sciences in Lisbon

09.30 Isabel Stabile, Students as Teachers: Lessons Learned

09.45 Friedrich Paulsen, Michael Scholz, New 3D Developments in TeachingMacroscopy and Microscopy

10.00 Raffaele De Caro, Andrea Porzionato, Veronica Macchi, Jose Sanudo, Forensic Clinical Anatomy

10.10 am Break

10.30 Erich Brenner, New Techniques- New Assessmets?

10.45 Beat Riederer, Postmortem Angiography- Virtual and Real Anatomy

11.00 Julien Puyal, e-learning anatomy: development of new tools for teaching anatomy to medical students

11.15 Odile Plaisant, A Modern Online Dejerine Atlas

11.30 Steve McHanwell, The revised Anatomical Society Core Syllabus in Anatomy for Medical Students

12.15 Business Meeting

 Administrative Matters

Progress on the TEPARG Book

Review of the TEPARG website

Other meetings in 2016 Brighton July 19-21

Date of our annual meeting and possibility of other meetings in 2017

12.30 Diogo Pais, The Anatomy of Port wine – variation is the rule’ – Diogo Pais, with the contribution of ‘Taylor’s / Fladgate


02.00pm  EFEM Meeting