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Peter Fleckenstein MD, Emeritus Chief Radiologist and Lecturer of Radiological Anatomy, University of Copenhagen, DenmarkrnJørgen Tranum-Jensen MD, Professor of Anatomy, Panuminstituttet, University of Copenhagen, DenmarkrnCo-author:nPeter Sand Myschetzky MD, Chief Physician, Radiology, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Principles and Techniques in Diagnostic ImagingrnTechniques based on X-raysrnTechniques based on nuclear magnetic resonancernTechniques based on ultrasound reflectionrnTechniques based on radioisotope emissionsrnPrinciples of nomenclature and positioningrnUpper LimbrnShoulder and armrnElbowrnForearmrnWrist and handrnArteries and veinsrnLower LimbrnPelvisrnHip and thighrnKneernLegrnAnkle and footrnArteries and veinsrnLymphaticsrnSpinernCervical spinernThoracic spinernLumbar spinernHeadrnSkullrnEarrnOrbitrnParanasal sinusesrnTemporomandibular jointrnTeethrnSalivary glandsrnArteriesrnBrainrnArteries and veinsrnNewbornrnNeckrnLarynxrnPharynxrnAxial CT seriesrnThyroid glandrnThoraxrnThoracic cagernAxial CT seriesrnHeart and great vesselsrnEsophagusrnBreastrnThoracic ductrnAbdomenrnAxial CT seriesrnStomachrnSmall intestinernColon and rectumrnLiver and pancreasrnSpleenrnArteries and veinsrnLymphaticsrnUrogenital systemrnKidneyrnUrinary bladder and urethrarnMale genital organsrnFemale genital organs/embryornFetusrnShort Dictionary of Examination Procedures and Concepts in Diagnostic ImagingrnIndex
Now in its third edition,Anatomy in Diagnostic Imaging is an unrivalled atlas of anatomy applied to diagnostic imaging. The book covers the entire human body and employs all the imaging modalities used in clinical practice; x-ray, CT, MR, PET, ultrasound and scintigraphy. An introductory chapter explains succinctly the essentials of the imaging and examination techniques drawing on the latest technical developments.rnIn view of the great strides that have been made in this area recently, all chapters have been thoroughly revised in this third edition. The book's original and didactically convincing presentation has been enhanced with over 250 new images. There are now more than 900 images, all carefully selected in order to be user-friendly and easy-to-read, due to their high quality and the comprehensive anatomical interpretation directly placed alongside every one.rnBoth for medical students and practising doctors, Anatomy in Diagnostic Imaging, Third edition will serve as the go-to all-round reference collection linking anatomy and modern diagnostic imaging.