See Right Through Me: An Imaging Anatomy Atlas

See Right Through Me: An Imaging Anatomy Atlas
  • Author: Savvas Andronikou
    Publisher: Springer
    Genres: Anatomy
    Publish Date: December 5, 2012
    ISBN-10: 3642238920
    Pages: 929
    File Type: PDF
    Language: English


Book Preface

If one can point at a structure of the human body on a medical image, there is a name for that structure. See Right Through Me is an anatomical atlas that attempts to provide this information in every plane and with every imaging modality, in signi fi cant detail from head to toe.

This atlas differs from any predecessors, as it offers not only organ-speci fic anatomy but also clinically relevant modality-speci fic information, such as the expected density or signal intensity of normal structures. It also provides information that is grouped for clinical relevance, such as a pediatric anatomy, endocrine anatomy, genital anatomy according to gender, and cranial nerve pathway imaging.

We have made a clear choice at the outset to provide an anatomy atlas with more images than text for an enhanced visual experience. The scattered “pearl” boxes, however, offer insight from experts “in the know,” as well as summaries of normal numerical values that are dif fi cult to remember.

See Right Through Me is ideal for radiologists, surgeons, physicians, and even patients, and it has detail enough to satisfy both the expert and student for learning or quick reference purposes. We hope you enjoy it.

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