Modern imaging techniques allow anatomic structures and their relationships to be seen with previously unseen clarity. Imaging Atlas of Human Anatomy is the definitive atlas of normal anatomy as viewed through the complete range of imaging modalities. The book provides an ideal source for study and interpretation of radiologic images, which is essential for training in clinical, radiology and other associated disciplines. Organised by region, each area of normal anatomy is presented via a range of techniques. The images are meticulously labeled, providing the reader with a reliable and comprehensive guide to normal human anatomy.
The best-selling Imaging Atlas of Human Anatomy enables students to relate to normal human anatomy using a range of diagnostic imaging modalities. As well as being an invaluable anatomic review tool it also provides a basic but thorough guide to the clinical interpretation of imaging, the rationale being that one cannot interpret pathologic images without first having a working knowledge of the normal.
The third edition has been updated to reflect advances in imaging technology, particularly in terms of CT, MR and ultrasound imaging. In all, over 200 new diagnostic images have been added, and in response to user feedback, 25 new line diagrams have been added to aid interpretation of certain key images. The book therefore now includes over 700 photographs of outstanding clarity, as well as 35 interpretative artworks.
New to this edition !
• over 200 new high-quality images reflect current teaching and clinical practice
• 25 new fine artworks assist interpretation of complex MRI's and ultrasound images
• Attractive new 2-color-design
Use Imaging Atlas of Human Anatomy to study the radiologic appearance of human anatomic structures, to review your knowledge either before examinations or as part of your clinical practice.