By Lucio Olivetti

This booklet is designed to satisfy the wishes of radiologists and radiographers by means of sincerely depicting the anatomy that's often obvious on imaging reviews. It offers the conventional appearances at the most often used imaging concepts, together with traditional radiology, ultrasound, computed tomography, and magnetic resonance imaging. equally, all proper physique areas are lined: mind, backbone, head and neck, chest, mediastinum and middle, stomach, gastrointestinal tract, liver, biliary tract, pancreas, urinary tract, and musculoskeletal approach. The textual content accompanying the photographs describes the traditional anatomy in an easy method and offers the clinical info required with a purpose to comprehend why we see what we see on diagnostic photos. valuable correlative anatomic illustrations in colour were created through a staff of scientific illustrators to additional facilitate understanding.

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12 Cranio-vertebral junction (a) AP radiography for the examination of the dens of the epistropheus. (b) CT coronal reconstruction with bone algorithm, high resolution: atlantooccipital joint (arrowhead), atlas-epistropheus joint (arrow). Atlas (ring), occipital condyle (circle), and odontoid process of the epistropheus (star) by the anterior arch, and of the spinous process, replaced by a tubercle (spinous tubercle). Instead, C1 features two lateral masses united by an anterior and a posterior vertebral arch.

E) Coronal section T2-weighted at the brainstem region: medulla (1), pons (2), midbrain (3), middle cerebellar peduncle (4), tentorium (arrow) 1 Brain d 23 e Fig. 17 (continued) a b c Fig. 18 Normal anatomy in infratentorial brain; axial Inversion Recovery MRI, IR sequence. (a) Axial section: cerebellar hemispheres (C), middle cerebellar peduncle (star), pons (P), cerebellar vermis (arrowhead), fourth ventricle (arrow). (b) MRI T1 Sagittal section: cerebellum (C), cerebellar folia (arrow), medulla (Me), midbrain (M), pons (P), tentorium (arrowhead).

Crispino and E. Crispino 50 Fig. 20 Sagittal MRI TSE T2-weighted (a) and T1-weighted (b) images “combined” for an overall view of the rachis a b 2 Spine a Fig. 21 MRI, sagittal TSE T2-weighted (a) and T1-weighted images (b), respectively, of the cervical rachis and lumbar rachis. The vertebral cortical bone is 51 b hypointense in both the sequences. Thanks to high resolution, we are able to clearly display the spinal cord (slightly hyperintense in T2, intermediate in T1) M. Crispino and E. Crispino 52 a b c Fig.

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