For each main anatomical region, this book describes the normal features, and then discusses the radiological features specific to that region. Importantly, normal variations are highlighted and the relative benefits of employing alternative imaging modalities are presented.
No longer will a trainee radiologist/radiographer need to distil a knowledge of diagnostic imaging from a large number of anatomy and radiology books. This one volume combines normal human anatomy with its significant features as seen in all the imaging modalities. For each main anatomical region, this basic text describes the normal features and then discusses the radiological features specific to that region. Importantly, normal variants are highlighted and the relative benefits of employing alternative imaging modalities are presented. Trainee radiologists, in particular those preparing for Part 1 of the Fellowship of the Royal College of Radiologists, and trainee radiographers will find this an invaluable textbook. It will also be of interest to surgeons, physicians and undergraduates wishing to improve their understanding of diagnostic imaging. Features: * Contains much useful information not found in Atlases. * Anatomy geared to the needs ot the trainee radiologist. * Unlike its closest competitor, it also includes half tones thus obviating the need to buy an atlas as well. * Can be used as a basic textbook as well as a revision aid by examination.
HEAD and NECK: The Skull and Facial Bones. The Nasal Cavity and Paranasal Spaces. The Mandible and Teeth. The Oral Cavity and Salivary Glands. The Orbital Contents. The Ear. The Pharynx and Related Spaces. The Larynx. The Thyroid and Parathyroid Glands. The Neck Vessels. CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM: Cerebral Hemispheres. Cerebral Cortex. White Matter. Thalamus, Hypothalamus and Pineal. Pituitary Gland. Limbic Lobe. Brainstem. Cerebellum. Ventricles, Cisterns, CSF Production and Flow. Meninges. Arteries. Veins. Cross-Sectional Anatomy. SPINAL COLUMN and ITS CONTENTS: The Vertebral Column. The Joints of the Vertebral Column. The Ligaments of the Vertebral Column. The Spinal Cord. The Spinal Meninges. The Blood Supply of the Spinal Cord. The THORAX: The Thoracic Cage. The Diaphragm. The Pleura. The Trachea and Bronchi. The Lungs. Mediastinal Divisions. The Heart. The Great Vessels. The Oesophagus. The Thoracic Duct and the Mediastinal Lymphatics. The Thymus. The Azygons System. Important Nerves of the Mediastinum. The Mediastinum on the Chest X-Ray: Cardiac Silhouette, Vessels, Trachea and Bronchi, Mediastinal Lines. Cross Sectional Anatomy: Levels T3, T4, T5, T6, T8 and T10. The ABDOMEN: Anterior Abdominal Wall. Stomach. Duodenum. Small Intestine. Ileocaecal Valve. Appendix. Colon. Liver. Biliary System. Pancreas. Spleen. Portal Venous System. Kidneys and Ureters. Adrenal Glands. Aorta. Inferior Vena Cava. Veins of the Posterior Abdominal Wall. Lymphatic Drainage of Abdomen. Peritoneal Spaces of the Abdomen. Cross-Sectional Anatomy of the Abdomen. The PELVIS: The Bony Pelvis, Muscles and Ligaments. The Pelvic Floor. The Sigmoid Colon, Rectum and Anal Canal. The Blood Vessels, Lymphatics and Nerves. The Lower Urinary Tract. The Male Repoductive Organs, Prostate, Seminal Vesicles, Testes, Epididymis and Penis. The Female Repoductive Organs: Uterus, Fallopian Tubes and Ovaries. CONTENTS CONTINUED: Cross-Sectional Anatomy. The UPPER LIMB: The Bones. The Joints. The Muscles. The Arterial Supply. The Venous Supply. The
Anatomy for Diagnostic Imaging by S.P. Ryan
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