Atlas of Radiologic Anatomy / Edition 7

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Overview

This new edition of the classic atlas incorporates the latest technological advances in radiologic anatomy, including increased resolution and numerous new images in computed tomography and magnetic resonance. Descriptions have also been revised and updated to reflect the most current understanding and recent advances in sonography, computed tomography, magnetic resonance, positron emission tomography, and single-photon emission computed tomography.

The book contains black-and-white illustrations.

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Editorial Reviews

Patricia Hynes
Each page of this book is a radiographic study accompanied by a labeled line diagram on the adjacent page. These studies cover the gamut of normal radiologic exams, including plain radiographs, CT, ultrasound, and MRI, as well as less common studies like cholecystogram, HSG, and knee arthrograms. This atlas is intended as a reference. The latest preface recommends this atlas as a reference for students and radiology health professionals. I suggest that it best serves as a reference for medical students, nonradiologic house staff, and technologists. The book covers a broad spectrum of very helpful basic plain film radiologic anatomy with accompanying small diagrams detailing each radiographic projection. The brief and selected few images of the newer modalities are frustratingly limited. For example, there are one or two sagittal midline MR images of the cervical spine, foot, and knee. Only one nuclear medicine study is labeled with the type of radionuclide trailer with no accompanying description of the type of study, reason, and explanation. The resolution of the ultrasound images is disappointing. It would be helpful to have a description of the projection accompanying each image. For example, there is a single image of a neonatal hip that is very coarse and the accompanying line drawing is unhelpful. This book is presented well on good quality paper and includes a glossary, table of contents, and an index for easy location of specific anatomic questions and/or particular studies. I found the plain radiograph anatomy, which encompasses the first 150 pages, the most useful and helpful.
Booknews
A reference for both students and health professionals in radiology, affording them the opportunity to check and expand their knowledge of the anatomic details observable by radiology with guidance from the drawings accompanying each radiograph. One quarter of the radiographs in this extensively revised edition are new and represent diagnostic imaging methods that have become prominent in the past few years. Translated from the German. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Reviewer: Patricia Hynes, MD (University of Utah School of Medicine)
Description: Each page of this book is a radiographic study accompanied by a labeled line diagram on the adjacent page. These studies cover the gamut of normal radiologic exams, including plain radiographs, CT, ultrasound, and MRI, as well as less common studies like cholecystogram, HSG, and knee arthrograms.
Purpose: This atlas is intended as a reference.
Audience: The latest preface recommends this atlas as a reference for students and radiology health professionals. I suggest that it best serves as a reference for medical students, nonradiologic house staff, and technologists.
Features: The book covers a broad spectrum of very helpful basic plain film radiologic anatomy with accompanying small diagrams detailing each radiographic projection. The brief and selected few images of the newer modalities are frustratingly limited. For example, there are one or two sagittal midline MR images of the cervical spine, foot, and knee. Only one nuclear medicine study is labeled with the type of radionuclide trailer with no accompanying description of the type of study, reason, and explanation. The resolution of the ultrasound images is disappointing. It would be helpful to have a description of the projection accompanying each image. For example, there is a single image of a neonatal hip that is very coarse and the accompanying line drawing is unhelpful.
Assessment: This book is presented well on good quality paper and includes a glossary, table of contents, and an index for easy location of specific anatomic questions and/or particular studies. I found the plain radiograph anatomy, which encompasses the first 150 pages, the most useful and helpful.

3 Stars from Doody
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781929007462
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Publication date: 4/15/2004
  • Series: Netter Basic Science Series
  • Edition description: Netter
  • Edition number: 7
  • Pages: 362
  • Sales rank: 1,102,750
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 10.80 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction ix

Diagnostic Imaging Techniques xiii

Atlas 1

Conventional Radiography

Skull 2
Paranasal Sinuses 10
Optic Canal, Temporal Bone 14
Upper and Lower Jaws 16
Cervical Vertebral Column 18
Thoracic Vertebral Column 30
Lumbar Vertebral Column 32
Sacrum 42
Pelvis 44
Hip Joint 46
Knee Joint 52
Ankle Joint 60
Foot 64
Shoulder 68
Elbow 72
Hand 74
Thorax 80
Lungs 84
Bronchography 86
Heart 94
Mammography 96
Trachea 100
Pharynx 104
Esophagus 108
Stomach 112
Small Intestine 122
Large Intestine 124
Biliary Ducts 126
Kidneys and Urinary Tract 130
Vesicourethrography 134

Angiography

Carotid Angiography 138
Vertebral Angiography 146
Angiocardiography 152
Aortography 154
Aortic Arch 156
Coronary Angiography 158
Celiac Angiography 162
Splenoportography 164
Superior Mesenteric Artery 166
Inferior Mesenteric Artery 168
Kidneys and Urinary Tract 170
Kidney 172
Pelvic Arteries 174
Knee Joint 176
Foot 178
Venography 180
Elbow 184
Hand 186

Lymphography

Pelvis 188
Abdomen 190
Inguinal Lymph Nodes 192
Axillary Lymph Nodes 194

Gynecologic Radiography

Hysterosalpingography 196
Fetography 198
Sonography
Upper Abdomen 200
Upper Abdomen/Kidney 206
Female Pelvis/Pregnancy 208
Thyroid Gland/Hip 210

Computed Tomography (CT)

Skull 212
Brain 216
Temporal Bone 218
Paranasal Sinuses 224
Atlantoaxial Joint 228
Lumbar Vertebral Column 230
Thorax 234
Heart 244
Upper Abdomen 246
Abdomen 248
Abdomen–Pelvis 252
Pelvis 254
Abdomen 256

Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)

Skull 262
Brain 264
Entire Vertebral Column 282
Cervical Vertebral Column 284
Thoracic Vertebral Column 290
Lumbar Vertebral Column 292
Sacrum, Coccyx 302
Hip Joint 306
Knee 308
Foot 314
Shoulder 316
Heart 318
Pelvis 326

Scintigraphy

Bone Scan 334
Whole Body Bone Scintigraphy 336
Thyroid Gland 338
Liver 340
Kidneys 342

Glossary 344

Bibliography 347

Index 349

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