sectional anatomy


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sectional anatomy

Study of anatomy from transverse, sagittal, coronal, or oblique sections.
See also: anatomy
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The purpose of this research was to enable anyone to learn sectional anatomy of the head anywhere, anytime by presenting the free software to browse sectioned images on an Android mobile device.
This pocket atlas illustrates the sectional anatomy of the head and neck through computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance (MR) images and diagrams in two-page spreads.
These topics are then integrated in chapters on neuroanatomy and sectional anatomy.
The MR images of the patients without an injury to the supraspinatus tendon were independently evaluated by 2 ARRT-registered radiographers who had successfully completed baccalaureate course work in sectional anatomy and pathology, and were in the process of completing the clinical competency requirements to sit for the ARRT examination in MR.
The development of digital information technology has led to the creation of sectional anatomy databases of adult hearts, which have been used in basic research, education, and clinical research.
Maintaining the intent of the first edition to facilitate the learning of anatomy, section by section in virtually any plane, Lazo presents Fundamentals of Sectional Anatomy with improvements--over 200 MR images have been added to the chapters on the neck, abdomen, and pelvis.