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 individuals independently reviewing the films in this study had very similar knowledge of sectional anatomy and pathology that may have contributed to their very high agreement levels.
Thin sectional anatomy, three-dimensional reconstruction and visualization of the heart from the Chinese Visible Human.
• New sectional anatomy spreads at the end of units build familiarity with 2D views of anatomic regions
It has new artwork and expanded text; reorganizes the material of the combined abdomen and pelvis into two separate units, with new illustrations; moves the spreads on the spinal cord and cranial meninges from the neuroanatomy unit to the back and head and neck units; has expanded surface anatomy spreads, which are now at the beginning of each unit; and adds sectional anatomy spreads at the end of each unit and new and updated artwork in all sections.
Atlas of sectional anatomy; the musculoskeletal system.
The objective of this research was to help the interested people learn the sectional anatomy of cat head by presenting high-quality sectioned images.
Fundamentals of Sectional Anatomy: An Imaging Approach, 2nd Edition
This second edition contains new sectional anatomy spreads at the end of each major unit; surface anatomy spreads now include region and reference lines.
Sectional anatomy is the subject to identify and learn the normal body structures in sectional planes (usually, horizontal planes).