Download PDF by Adam Mitchell, Paul Butler, Jeremiah C. Healy: Applied Radiological Anatomy (2nd Edition)

By Adam Mitchell, Paul Butler, Jeremiah C. Healy

ISBN-10: 0521766664

ISBN-13: 9780521766661

This elevated new, complete color version of the vintage utilized Radiological Anatomy is an exhaustive but sensible imaging source of each organ procedure utilizing all diagnostic modalities. each representation has been changed, offering the main actual and up to date radiographic scans on hand. good points of the second one version: • thoroughly new radiographic pictures all through, giving the absolute best anatomic examples at the moment to be had • either basic anatomy and basic editions proven • a number of color line illustrations of key anatomy to help interpretation of scans • Concise textual content and diverse bullet-lists improve the pictures and permit quickly assimilation of key anatomic gains • each imaging modality integrated Edited and written through a workforce of radiologists with a wealth of diagnostic event and instructing services, and lavishly illustrated with over 1,000 thoroughly new, state of the art photos, utilized Radiological Anatomy, moment version, is an important buy for radiologists at any degree in their profession.

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5) Four fusiform rectus muscles move the eyeball, but the divergent geometry of the orbits is such that the actions of the superior and inferior recti do not occur strictly in the orthogonal planes. The oblique muscles are necessary to assist in direct upward and downward globe movements. The extraconal levator palpebrae superioris elevates the upper eyelid. The extra-ocular muscles are of normal soft tissue attenuation on CT and signal intensity on MRI. Intravenous gadolinium improves their conspicuity on T1-weighted MRI (when combined with fat saturation sequences) as they enhance strongly due to the lack of blood–tissue barrier.

It is situated in the pars opercularis, which lies in the posterior aspect of the inferior frontal gyrus. 58d). Dentate gyrus Fig. 53 The limbic lobe. • • • • The parietal lobe also contains two further important gyri: the supramarginal and angular gyri, which are involved in visuospatial processing (especially in the non-dominant hemisphere). 45f ). The supramarginal gyrus lies in front of the angular gyrus. The medial surface of the parietal lobe is called the precuneus (Figs. 58). 58d)) • Middle and inferior temporal gyri contain large areas of association cortex • Medial temporal lobe contains limbic structures (parahippocampal gyrus, uncus).

6) The lacrimal gland and nasolacrimal duct are well demonstrated on cross-sectional imaging, but dacrocystography is required to optimally delineate the lacrimal canaliculi, lacrimal 42 sac and nasolacrimal duct pathway. A number of valves are described along the lacrimal pathway, but these are of little functional importance. • The lacrimal gland lies in the lacrimal fossa on the lateral orbital roof and is divided into orbital and palpebral lobes by the orbital septum. It drains via multiple ducts into the superior fornix.

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