This one-volume atlas was compiled to offer diagnosticimaging technicians, medical students, trainees in diagnostic radiology, and established consultants information related to the appearance of the normal bone scan and to demonstrate the degree of anatomic detail available from bone scintigraphy. The format of the book presents the skeletal anatomy, beginning with the head and continuing down the body to the feet, by utilizing (a) photographs of the human skeleton, (b) scintiphotos, and (c) plain radiographs all in an identical format that is closely matched for size. The strengths of the volume reside in the format selected for the illustrations, the clarity of the scan reproductions, the logical progression of anatomic presentation (i.e., from calvarium to feet) and, of importance, the author's decision to duplicate each scintiphoto. By duplicating the scan images, one photograph is presented to the reader solely for anatomic information with the second, identical image containing the anatomic labels. This format ensures presentation of unencumbered scan information.
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Book Description Mosby, 1985. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0723408297
Book Description Mosby, 1985. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 723408297