Introduction to Sectional Anatomy / Edition 1

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Overview

Because cross-sectional anatomy is at the very foundation of successful imaging, this new learning resource is rich in features making it easier for readers to learn, identify, and recall anatomic structures in cross-section. All body part chapters include an anatomical overview that reviews the relationship between the structures of that region. Sectional anatomy is described through the use of labeled computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance (MR) images.The three-way structure presentation—anatomical scanograms; patient scans (MRs and/or CTs); and adjacent correlating line drawings—allows readers to identify anatomy on actual images versus photographs of cadaver specimens. Chapter objectives help readers clarify goals and streamline review. Key terms are emphasized in bold type and explained with clear, in-depth definitions. Pathology case studies illustrate the clinical significance of sectional images. End-of-chapter review questions, with answers in separate appendices, test the reader's understanding. Only clinically significant anatomy is covered, so readers aren't overwhelmed with unnecessary material.

Because cross-sectional anatomy is at the very foundation of successful imaging, this new learning resource is rich in features making it easier for readers to learn, identify, and recall anatomic structures in cross-section. All body part chapters include an anatomical overview that reviews the relationship between the structures of that region. Sectional anatomy is described through the use of labeled computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance (MR) images. The three-way structure presentation--anatomical scanograms; patient scans (MRs and/or CTs); and adjacent correlating line drawings--allows readers to identify anatomy on actual images versus photographs of cadaver specimens. Chapter objectives help readers clarify goals and streamline review. Key terms are emphasized in bold type and explained with clear, in-depth definitions. Pathology case studies illustrate the clinical significance of sectional images. End-of-chapter review questions, with answers in separate appendices, test the reader's understanding. Only clinically significant anatomy is covered, so readers aren't overwhelmed with unnecessary material.

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Editorial Reviews

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Reviewer: Cris A. Zimmermann, RT (R)(Froedtert Hospital)
Description: "This book covers all aspects of cross-sectional anatomy for the imaging professional. Loaded with images in all planes, it has drawings that are annotated along with the corresponding picture in CT or MRI. "
Purpose: The purpose is to familiarize radiologic technologists with sectional anatomy. The book is necessary because there isn't a big selection of cross-sectional anatomy resources available. The book exceeds the author's expectations.
Audience: The book is written for all radiologic technologists who need to understand cross-sectional anatomy. The author is definitely an authority with the abundance of information in this book.
Features: The book encompasses all aspects of human cross-sectional anatomy. I enjoyed the simple and concise table of contents as well as the introduction. The reviews of skeletal anatomy in the beginning of each chapter are covered in sufficient detail for the targeted audience. The method, for example, of covering all sections of a pelvis in the order one would see them on an actual CT is impressive without being redundant. The author focuses discussion on all visible anatomy on the average CT or MRI and does not cloud the picture with anatomy not seen on an actual CT or MR image. The supplemental section combines some common pathology to round out the discussion. At the end of each chapter, there are review questions that are particularly helpful in focusing the spectrum of anatomy. The analogies used throughout are insightful and meant to simplify information for the reader. In the extremity section, joints are the main point of interest. Although some images in the supplemental section are of poor quality and some of the drawings did not seem to equate to the same image shown in CT or MRI, the book overall is extremely useful. I noticed a few spelling errors, but the book's pros definitely outweigh the cons.
Assessment: As a clinical instructor of student radiographers who also teaches cross-sectional anatomy, I found this superb book to be a valuable tool. I've already suggested to our program director that we switch to this book from the one we are using now, Sectional Anatomy for Imaging Professionals, by Kelley and Petersen (Mosby, 1997).
Booknews
A textbook for a course introducing students of radiology to anatomy as revealed in sectional images; readers are expected to have completed one or two semesters of standard anatomy and physiology. Considering only those structures that are clinically significant, Madden (allied health, Fort Hays State U.) focuses on the relationship between them. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

4 Stars! from Doody
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780781721059
  • Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
  • Publication date: 1/1/2001
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 600

Table of Contents

CHEST
Anatomical Overview
Sagittal MR Images
Axial CT Images

ABDOMEN
Anatomical Overview
Axial CT Images

PELVIS
Anatomical Overview
Axial CT Images: Male
Axial CT Images: Female
Coronal MR Images: Female

HEAD
Anatomical Overview
Sagittal MR Images
Coronal MR Images
Coronal CT Images
Axial CT Images

NECK
Anatomical Overview
Sagittal MR Images
Axial CT Images

SPINE
Anatomical Overview
Sagittal MR Images
Axial CT Images

JOINTS
Shoulder—Anatomical Overview and Coronal MR Images
Elbow—Anatomical Overview, Axial MR Image, Coronal MR Image, Sagittal MR Images
Wrist—Anatomical Overview, Axial CT Images
Hip—Anatomical Overview, Axial CT Images
Knee—Anatomical Overview, Sagittal MR Images, Coronal MR Images
Ankle—Anatomical Overview, Sagittal MR Images, Axial MR Images

APPENDIXES
Answers to Review Questions
Glossary
Bibliography

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