Practical Radiological Anatomy 1st edition
The most fundamental skill necessary for accurate interpretation of imaging investigations is a detailed knowledge of
anatomy. The demonstration of anatomical structures made possible by modern cross-sectional imaging is superb. It enables a greater awareness of ‘abnormality’ and the ability to dismiss variants, which prevents the risk of over-investigation.Practical Radiological Anatomy 1st edition teaches the students this aspect of part of radiology.
The author wrote this Practical Radiological Anatomy 1st edition pdf book as a concise summary of his Radiology Anatomy Course and as a guide for 1st-year Registrars in Radiology to parallel my anatomy tutorials. The application of radiological anatomy is also paramount in interpreting images in both a logical and organized fashion, and this book uniquely covers only the relevant anatomy that is required for reporting as a radiologist, with guides in each chapter as to the appropriate application of this anatomy. The emphasis on providing images over text aims to make anatomical visualization easy; each section contains organized systems for interpreting and analyzing both conventional and cross-sectional anatomical images, including new multiplanar photos relevant to the modern radiologist.
Practical Radiological Anatomy 1st edition content
Practical Radiological Anatomy 1st edition is divided into ten chapters that cover each of the anatomical regions, including the critical radiological anatomy applicable to each imaging modality. The book also provides case histories for each pattern with examples of how to assess essential features using applied anatomy and how to write idealized reports. Also included is a chapter on the applied anatomy that is vital to the new trainee during their first few months on call.
Covering the essential anatomy required in all aspects of radiology, Practical Radiological Anatomy 1st edition is the ideal framework for students preparing for the First FRCR Anatomy exam as well as Part 2A. The book is aimed primarily at Radiology Specialist Registrars in their first two years, and F1 and F2 Radiologists.
However, now that radiology has adopted a central role in patient management both at diagnosis and in subsequent care, this book will also be of use to Advanced Practitioners, Accident and Emergency doctors, surgeons, and anyone who is involved in reporting and interpreting imaging.