Cross Sectional Anatomy CT and MRI

by Bhavin Jankharia, Govind B Chavhan

This is the 1st edition of the book Cross Sectional Anatomy CT and MRI. The text is comprehensive, updated as per the present day requirements in the subject of radiology. The book has 19 chapters. Each chapter has CT and MRI images in three planes. These images are accompanied by colour diagrams for better understanding of anatomy. Different structures are labelled on these colour images. CT and MRI images of angiography are also included in the book. The first chapter deals with brain. Next 18 chapters deal with different regions of body namely skull, orbit, para nasal sinuses, temporomandibular joint, neck, spine, chest, abdomen, pelvis, shoulder, upper limb, lower limb and blood vessels of upper and lower limbs. A comprehensive index is given at last.

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Author
1. Jankharia Bhavin
2. Chavhan Govind B
Author's Affiliation
1. Jankharia Imaging, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Imaging Centre, Mumbai, India
SRL Diagnostics-Jankharia Imaging, Bhaveshwar Vihar, 383, Sardar VP Road, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Jankharia Imaging Center, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, Trustee, Radiology Education Foundation
SRL – Jankharia Imaging, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
SRL Diagnostics Jankharia Imaging, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Jankharia Imaging Center, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Picture This by Jankharia, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Picture This by Jhankharia, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Piramal Diagnostics—Jankharia Imaging, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
2. Jankharia Imaging, Mumbai
The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Canada; University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada
ISBN
9789350250464
Speciality
Radiology and Nuclear Medicine
DOI
10.5005/jp/books/11521
Edition
1/e
Publishing Year
2012
Pages
282
Book Type
Professional

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