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Anatomy for Diagnostic Imaging 3rd Edition

Titulo del libro: Anatomy for Diagnostic Imaging

Autor del libro: Stephanie Ryan, Michelle McNicholas, Stephen Eustace

Edición de libro: Third Edition

Formato de libro: EBook

Date published: 2011

Illustrator: Elsevier

ISBN: 978-0-7020-2971-4

Número de páginas: 347


Anatomy for Diagnostic Imaging
The first edition of this book was published 15 years ago and was welcomed by radiologists and other clinicians, but particularly by radiologists in training who sought to learn the anatomical basis of radiological imaging – usually early in their radiological training. Over these years the anatomy of the human body remained unchanged of course, but the techniques used to image it have changed immeasurably Bronchography and lymphography have long since gone Diagnostic cardiac catheterization and diagnostic angiography have been largely replaced by CT and MR angio graphy CT has changed from being an axial imaging technique to being a rapid and powerful 3D imaging technique MR imaging techniques allow not only multiplanar and 3D views of anatomy but visualization of arterial and venous anatomy and, by tractography, direct imaging of the neural tracts in the brain Rapid advances in interventional radiological techniques guided by ultrasound, CT, MR and angiography require a new understanding of age-old anatomy In this third edition we have therefore addressed these new techniques, explored some areas in much greater detail than before and added over 140 new images including some colour images Such is the anatomical detail that can now be demonstrated by imaging that some diagrams can now be replaced by those images We have retained the successful organization of the book, with an initial traditional anatomical description of each organ or system followed by the radiological anatomy of that part of the body using all the relevant imaging modalities We have included a series of ‘ radiology pearls ’ with most sections to underscore clinically and radiologically important points Each chapter is illustrated, as before, with line diagrams, radiographs, angiograms, ultrasound, CT or MR images, as appropriate We have completely revised the text We have, despite all this, succeeded in keeping the size of the book manageable, especially with the exam candidate in mind We have also kept the cost of the book as low as was reasonably achievable!

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1. Head and neck
  • The skull and facial bones
  • The nasal cavity and paranasal sinuses
  • The mandible and teeth
  • The oral cavity and salivary glands
  • The orbital contents
  • The ear
  • The pharynx and related spaces
  • The nasopharynx and related spaces
  • The larynx
  • The thyroid and parathyroid glands
  • The neck vessels
2. The central nervous system
  • Cerebral hemispheres
  • Cerebral cortex
  • White matter of the hemispheres
  • Basal ganglia
  • Thalamus, hypothalamus and pineal gland
  • Pituitary gland
  • Limbic lobe
  • The brainstem
  • Cerebellum
  • Ventricles, cisterns, CSF production and flow ventricles
  • Meninges
  • Arterial supply of the CNS
  • Internal carotid artery
  • Venous drainage of the brain
3. The spinal column and its contents
  • The vertebral column
  • Joints of the vertebral column
  • Ligaments of the vertebral column
  • The intervertebral discs
  • Blood supply of the vertebral column
  • The spinal cord
  • The spinal meninges
  • Blood supply of the spinal cord
4. The thorax
  • The thoracic cage
  • The diaphragm
  • The pleura
  • The trachea and bronchi
  • The lungs
  • The mediastinal divisions
  • The heart
  • The great vessels
  • The oesophagus
  • The thoracic duct and mediastinal lymphatics
  • The thymus
  • The azygos system
  • Important nerves of the mediastinum
  • The mediastinum on the chest radiograph
  • Cross-sectional anatomy
5. The abdomen
  • Anterior abdominal wall
  • The stomach
  • The duodenum
  • The small intestine
  • The ileocaecal valve
  • The appendix
  • The large intestine
  • The liver
  • The biliary system
  • The pancreas
  • The spleen
  • The portal venous system
  • The kidneys
  • The ureter
  • The adrenal glands
  • The abdominal aorta
  • The inferior vena cava
  • Veins of the posterior abdominal wall
  • The peritoneal spaces of the abdomen
  • Cross-sectional anatomy of the upper abdomen
6. The pelvis
  • The bony pelvis, muscles and ligaments
  • The pelvic floor
  • The sigmoid colon, rectum and anal canal
  • Blood vessels, lymphatics and nerves of the pelvis
  • The lower urinary tract
  • The male urethra
  • The female urethra
  • The male reproductive organs
  • The female reproductive tract
  • Cross-sectional anatomy
7. The upper limb
  • The bones of the upper limb
  • The joints of the upper limb
  • The muscles of the upper limb
  • The arterial supply of the upper limb
  • The veins of the upper limb
8. The lower limb
  • The bones of the lower limb
  • The joints of the lower limb
  • The muscles of the lower limb
  • The arteries of the lower limb
  • The veins of the lower limb
9. The breast
  • General anatomy
  • Lobular structure
  • Blood supply
  • Lymphatic drainage
  • Radiology of the breast
  • Age changes in the breast
  • Radiological signifi cance of breast density and parenchymal pattern
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