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Applied Radiological Anatomy

2nd Edition

Kieran Hogarth, Josef Jarosz, Paul Butler, Indran Davagnanam, Jonathan Hart, Tim Beale, Simon Morley, Asif Saifuddin, Sheila Rankin, Simon Padley, Narayan Karunanithy, Steve Allan, Nishat Bharwani, Rodney Reznek, Aslam Sohaib, Navin Ramachandran, Nasir Khan, Uday Patel, Hema Verma, Nevin T. Wijisekera, Catriona Davies, Gajan Rajeswaran, Justin Lee, Gonzalo Ansede, Ian Suchet
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  • Date Published: October 2012
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  • isbn: 9781139118910
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  • This expanded new, full colour edition of the classic Applied Radiological Anatomy is an exhaustive yet practical imaging resource of every organ system using all diagnostic modalities. Every illustration has been replaced, providing the most accurate and up-to-date radiographic scans available. Features of the second edition: • Completely new radiographic images throughout, giving the best possible anatomic examples currently available • Both normal anatomy and normal variants shown • Numerous colour line illustrations of key anatomy to aid interpretation of scans • Concise text and numerous bullet-lists enhance the images and enable quick assimilation of key anatomic features • Every imaging modality included Edited and written by a team of radiologists with a wealth of diagnostic experience and teaching expertise, and lavishly illustrated with over 1,000 completely new, state-of-the-art images, Applied Radiological Anatomy, second edition, is an essential purchase for radiologists at any stage of their career.

    • New radiographic images throughout, giving the best anatomic examples currently available, and over 150 colour line illustrations to aid interpretation of scans
    • Both normal anatomy and normal variants shown, and every imaging modality included
    • Concise text and numerous bullet-lists enhance the images and enable quick assimilation of key anatomic features
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    Reviews & endorsements

    '… a comprehensive, abundantly illustrated, up-to-date review of normal radiologic anatomy … a helpful guide to radiology residents and a useful reference book for both residents and practising radiologists.' American Journal of Radiology

    Review of the first edition: 'This book is first class in achieving its aim and although primarily intended for trainees in radiology, will be of value to many surgical trainees.' British Journal of Surgery

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    02nd Aug 2018 by Namal

    I found 2 mistakes 1. in page9 hypoglossal nerve mention as X nerve rather than XII.(in the diagram) 2. Page 228- adrenal gland-inner medulla- interdigitate into developing renal cortex (adrenal, not renal) Thanks.....

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    Product details

    • Edition: 2nd Edition
    • Date Published: October 2012
    • format: Adobe eBook Reader
    • isbn: 9781139118910
    • contains: 890 b/w illus. 267 colour illus.
    • availability: This ISBN is for an eBook version which is distributed on our behalf by a third party.
  • Table of Contents

    Preface
    Part I. Central Nervous System:
    1. The skull and brain Kieran Hogarth, Josef Jarosz and Paul Butler
    2. Orbit and visual pathway Indran Davagnanam and Jonathan Hart
    3. Ear and auditory pathway Tim Beale and Simon Morley
    4. Extracranial head and neck Tim Beale
    5. The vertebral column and spinal cord Asif Saifuddin
    Part II. Thorax and Abdomen:
    6. Chest and mediastinum Sheila Rankin
    7. Heart and great vessels Simon Padley and Narayan Karunanithy
    8. Breast Steve Allan
    9. The anterior abdominal wall and peritoneum Nishat Bharwani and Rodney Reznek
    10. Abdomen and retroperitoneum Aslam Sohaib and Navin Ramachandran
    11. The gastrointestinal tract Nasir Khan
    12. The urogenital tract Uday Patel and Hema Verma
    13. The male pelvis Nevin T. Wijisekera and Uday Patel
    14. The female pelvis Catriona Davies
    Part III. Upper and Lower Limb:
    15. Upper limb Gajan Rajeswaran and Justin Lee
    16. Lower limb Gonzalo Ansede
    Part IV. Obstetrical Imaging:
    17. Obstetrical imaging Ian Suchet
    Index.

  • Editors

    Paul Butler, The Royal London Hospital
    Paul Butler is a Consultant Radiologist at The Royal London Hospital, London, UK.

    Adam Mitchell, Charing Cross Hospital, London
    Adam W. M. Mitchell is a Consultant Radiologist at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London, and Honorary Senior Lecturer at Imperial College London, UK.

    Jeremiah C. Healy, Chelsea and Westminster NHS Foundation Trust
    Jeremiah C. Healy is a Consultant Radiologist at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London, and Honorary Senior Lecturer at Imperial College London, UK.

    Contributors

    Kieran Hogarth, Josef Jarosz, Paul Butler, Indran Davagnanam, Jonathan Hart, Tim Beale, Simon Morley, Asif Saifuddin, Sheila Rankin, Simon Padley, Narayan Karunanithy, Steve Allan, Nishat Bharwani, Rodney Reznek, Aslam Sohaib, Navin Ramachandran, Nasir Khan, Uday Patel, Hema Verma, Nevin T. Wijisekera, Catriona Davies, Gajan Rajeswaran, Justin Lee, Gonzalo Ansede, Ian Suchet

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