Radiological anatomy is now a standard area of study in all medical schools world-wide. Most dissecting laboratories display radiological images during dissection to emphasize at the earliest stages, the relationship between human anatomy and clinical medicine. This atlas provides this key link in book form. The editors have gathered together contributions from teachers and practitioners in a variety of radiological specialties to present an overview of normal imaging modalities. The book follows the same pattern of structures as McMinn's "A Colour Atlas of Human Anatomy" (2nd edition). Together, the two atlases aim to provide an easy-to-use package for all medical and paramedical students. The illustrations demonstrate the clinically relevant structures and relationships, with associated number overlays and legends. The overlays pin-point the structures and provide the duality of self-instruction and self-testing. There are sections on each anatomical region incorporating relevant imaging techniques in combination to illustrate all aspects of anatomy. The text also juxtaposes MRI, CT and ultrasound with DSA and normal contrast and plain radiology.
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