This handy atlas of normal anatomy provides an instant reference for interpreting magnetic resonance images of the head and neck. Each page presents a high-resolution image, a "thumbnail" that orients you to the plane of view - sagittal, axial, or coronal - and a key to the labels. You'll be able to identify features with unprecedented speed and accuracy !
For your added convenience...
• all areas are represented - from the neck, larynx, oropharynx, tongue, and nasopharynx...to the skull base, sinuses, and temporal bone
• images were carefully selected to show maximum fat/muscle contrast
• surface coils, rather than the usual head or body coils, were used in some instances to achieve significantly improved image quality.
Whether you are interpreting MR images, referring patients for MR studies, or studying head and neck anatomy, the Pocket Atlas of Head and Neck MRI Anatomy is a convenient, comprehensive, and practical guide you'll use every day.