I am looking for a (semi-) scientific way of phrasing "front part of brain" (part 1), "middle part of brain" (part 2) and "back part of brain" (part 3) as denoted in the attached picture. I would (VERY!) loosely define these parts as:
- front: everything in front of the ventricles
- mid: approximately at the same height as the ventricles
- back: behind the ventricles
I need this to qualitatively describe some results I have.
Note that this is different than forebrain, midbrain and hindbrain (which is the main result that google comes up with when searching for this).
(edit) Additional context: I have a method that selects a certain background volume in the brain. These background volumes are then used to make a segmentation. The placement of these background volumes seems to correlate with whether or not the segmentation is "good" or "bad". "Good" segmentations seem to correlate with backgrounds placed in the "mid-brain". "Bad" segmentations seem to correlate with background volumes places elsewhere.