Pdf Book Name: Netter’s Concise Radiologic Anatomy
Author: Weber E.C., Vilensky J.A., Carmichael S.W., Lee K.S.
File size: 115.56 MB
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Netter’s Concise Radiologic Anatomy Pdf Book Description:
This situation led us to the realization that any student of anatomy would benefit from early exposure to the manner of appearance of key anatomic structures in diagnostic images, especially advanced CTs and MRIs. Thus, in 2007 we (a radiologist and two anatomists) chose to develop an atlas that illustrates how modern radiology portrays human anatomy. To accomplish this task, we decided to match modern diagnostic images with a subset of the anatomic drawings from the Atlas of Human Anatomy by Dr. Frank H. Netter. Netter’s atlas has become the gold standard of human anatomy atlases. Its images are quite familiar to the vast majority of students who complete a course in human gross anatomy. By providing a bridge between the manner in which anatomic features appear in Netter’s atlas to their appearance in radiographic images, this book enables the acquisition of comfortable familiarity with how human anatomy is typically viewed in clinical practice. In this second edition of our atlas we welcome to our author team Dr. Kenneth S. Lee from the Department of Radiology at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health. Dr. Lee’s area of specialty is diagnostic and therapeutic musculoskeletal ultrasound. We invited Dr. Lee to become an author of Netter’s Concise Radiologic Anatomy because we have included in this edition approximately 10 new radiologic illustrations that match Netter plates with ultrasound images. We were reluctant to include ultrasound images in the first edition of this book because ultrasound, relative to radiographs, CT, and MRI, does not often provide a visual
Radiologic imaging technologies are the windows through which human anatomy is viewed hundreds of millions of times each year in the United States alone. We learn anatomy through lectures attended, reading text-based materials and web pages, studying drawings such as those in the Netter Atlas, and by performing dissection of cadavers. Occasionally, key features of human anatomy are exposed to our view during a surgical procedure. However, the increasing use of minimally invasive surgery, done through fiber-optic scopes and very small incisions, has limited even this opportunity to see internal structures. It is through the technology of medical imaging that anatomic structures are now seen by practicing clinicians on a regular basis. Therefore, the teaching and learning of human anatomy now includes these means of visualizing internal anatomic structures. Made to make learning more exciting and clinically significant, Netter’s Concise Radiologic Anatomy, 2nd Edition matches radiologic images-from MR and ultrasound to CT and innovative imaging reconstructions-to the lovely art of master illustrator Frank H. Netter, MD.. As a companion to the bestselling Netter’s Atlas of Human Anatomy, this upgraded medical record starts with the body and matches radiologic pictures to the anatomic pictures; the outcome is a succinct, visual guide that reveals how complex diagnostic imaging is an incredible “dissection instrument” for seeing human anatomy at the living individual. Atlas of radiologic anatomy pdf,, radiology anatomy atlas free download,,surgical and radiologic anatomy journal ,cross sectional anatomy ,imaios free subscription,,radiological anatomy pdf free download,,ct anatomy,,mri anatomy.
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