Applied Radiological Anatomy

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Cambridge University Press, Oct 14, 1999 - Medical - 441 pages
This thoroughly illustrated text will provide radiologists with a unique overview of normal anatomy as illustrated by the full range of modern radiological procedures. The theme throughout is not only to illustrate the appearance of normal anatomical features as visualized by radiology, but also to provide a comprehensive text that describes, explains, and evaluates the most current imaging practice for all the body systems and organs. Where necessary, line drawings supplement the images, illustrating essential anatomical features. The wealth of high-quality images fully supported by an authoritative text will give all radiologists an insight into normal anatomy--a vital prerequisite for interpreting abnormal radiological images. The volume is designed to be accessible to medical students, but will also prove to be a valuable resource for radiologists.
 

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Contents

The skull and brain
17
The orbit and visual pathways
61
The ear and auditory pathways
85
The extracranial head and neck
95
The chest 121 R R PHILLIPS and P ARMSTRONG
153
The breast
173
Embryology of the gastrointestinal tract and its adnexae
185
The gastrointestinal tract
207
The pelvis
279
The vertebral column and spinal cord
301
The musculoskeletal system 1 The upper limb
331
The musculoskeletal system 2 The lower limb
351
The limb vasculature and the lymphatic system
381
Obstetric anatomy
399
Paediatric anatomy
415
Index
431

Liver gall bladder pancreas and spleen
239
The renal tract and retroperitoneum
259

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