Atlas of Neuroradiologic Embryology, Anatomy, and Variants / Edition 1

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This comprehensive atlas depicts the entire range of normal variants seen on neuroradiologic images, helping radiologists "decode" appearances that can be misdiagnosed as pathology. The book features nearly 900 radiographs that show normal variants seen on plain film, MR, CT, and angiographic images, plus accompanying line drawings that demonstrate normal angiogram patterns and other pertinent anatomy.Dr. Jinkins, a well-known neuroradiologist, takes a multimodality approach to the cranium, sella, orbit, face, sinuses, neck, and spine. In an easy-to-follow format, he provides the information radiologists need to identify unusual features...assess their significance...avoid unnecessary, expensive studies...and minimize exposure and risk.

The book contains black-and-white illustrations.

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Reviewer: David Rubinstein, MD (University of Colorado Health Sciences Center)
Description: This is an extensive collection of diagrams and radiological images with a small amount of associated text.
Purpose: It is intended as a clear and concise explanation of the embryology and anatomy of the skull, spine, CNS, and neck for neuroradiologists and other neuroscientists.
Audience: Anatomy and embryology are addressed well enough for clinical neuroradiologists or anyone else interested in neuroimaging, but the detail necessary for scientists involved in study of anatomy at a finer level than can be currently imaged is not provided.
Features: The diagrams and images are of high quality and the editor's points are demonstrated well, but the small amount of text usually adds little to the understanding of the anatomy. The anatomy of the spine, skull, neck, brain, spinal cord, and CNS vasculature are well covered with the helpful inclusion of common variants. The book contains a few errors in labeling diagrams and a few inconsistencies, which are probably due to the multiple contributors and the difficulty of proofreading the large number of images and diagrams. Overall, the book is a consistent presentation of the most commonly taught theories of embryology and anatomy, but the editor does not include explanation of areas of controversy, such as development of the corpus callosum or the location of nerves in the jugular foramen.
Assessment: Although other books cover smaller anatomical regions of interest to the neuroradiologist in greater detail, this book encompasses all regions of anatomy, which are the concern of the neuroradiologist. This collection makes a handy one-source reference book and should be useful in the reading room, especially for residents or others not fully trained in neuroradiology.
David Rubinstein
This is an extensive collection of diagrams and radiological images with a small amount of associated text. It is intended as a clear and concise explanation of the embryology and anatomy of the skull, spine, CNS, and neck for neuroradiologists and other neuroscientists. Anatomy and embryology are addressed well enough for clinical neuroradiologists or anyone else interested in neuroimaging, but the detail necessary for scientists involved in study of anatomy at a finer level than can be currently imaged is not provided. The diagrams and images are of high quality and the editor's points are demonstrated well, but the small amount of text usually adds little to the understanding of the anatomy. The anatomy of the spine, skull, neck, brain, spinal cord, and CNS vasculature are well covered with the helpful inclusion of common variants. The book contains a few errors in labeling diagrams and a few inconsistencies, which are probably due to the multiple contributors and the difficulty of proofreading the large number of images and diagrams. Overall, the book is a consistent presentation of the most commonly taught theories of embryology and anatomy, but the editor does not include explanation of areas of controversy, such as development of the corpus callosum or the location of nerves in the jugular foramen. Although other books cover smaller anatomical regions of interest to the neuroradiologist in greater detail, this book encompasses all regions of anatomy, which are the concern of the neuroradiologist. This collection makes a handy one-source reference book and should be useful in the reading room, especially for residents or others not fully trained in neuroradiology.
Booknews
Showcasing the work of three U. of Texas Health Center illustrators, this book outlines normal embryologic development, normal anatomy, and variants of the cranium, spine, face, and neck. Organization is by anatomical region or feature, with numbered MR and CT images and schematics, anatomy overviews, and marked and captioned images of variants. Two appendices cover cervicothoracic segmental and lumbosacral innervation of muscles not intimately related to the spine. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780781716529
  • Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
  • Publication date: 2/28/2000
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 752

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Embryology

Chapter 2: Cranium

  1. Cranium
  2. Skull Base
  3. Cerebral Hemispheres
  4. The Diencephalon
  5. The Basal Ganglia
  6. The Limbic System and Hippocampus
  7. The Cerebellum
  8. The Brain Stem
  9. The Peripheral Segments of the Cranial Nerves
  10. The Commissures, Association and Projection Systems of the Cerebrum
  11. The Cerebral Ventricular System
  12. The Meninges and Subarachnoid Pathways
  13. Cerebral Vasculature—Arteries
  14. Subclavian Arteries
  15. Common Carotid Artery
  16. External Carotid Artery
  17. Internal Carotid Artery
  18. The Vertebrobasilar System
  19. The Anastomotic Patterns
  20. The Arterial Vascular Territories of the Cerebrum, Brainstem, and Cerebellum
  21. The Venous Drainage of the Cranium
  22. Cranial Meninges
  23. The CNS Barriers and Interfaces

Chapter 3: The Sella

Chapter 4: The Orbit

Chapter 5: The Facial Structures

Chapter 6: Paranasal Sinuses and Nasal Passageways

Chapter 7: Spine

  1. The Spinal Column
  2. The Spinal Cord
  3. The Spinal Vasculature
  4. Anatomy of the Spinal Nerve Roots, Spinal Nerves, and Spinal Nerve Plexi
  5. Spinal Meninges
  6. Paraspinal Muscles

Chapter 8: The Neck

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