Looking for the resource to help your students fully understand and retain critical knowledge of sectional anatomy? Allow us to introduce this new edition of Introduction to Sectional Anatomy.
Focusing on presenting this highly visual an dynamic topic in a way that makes it engaging and accessible to students, Introduction to Sectional Anatomy begins with key terminology and concepts and then moves through the body from head to toe. This new edition has been completely updated to include the most current imaging modalities, including ultrasound, MR, and PET/CT, so your students are fully equipped for what they will encounter in practice.
Here’s what you can expect to find inside Introduction to Sectional Anatomy, Third Edition…
• A design that makes it easy for students to compare images from several patients
• Clinical cases demonstrating how knowledge of sectional anatomy is applied in practice
• Chapter objectives that help students study more efficiently
• Clinical application questions at the end of each chapter that review students’ understanding of essential concepts
Introduction to Sectional Anatomy Workbook and Board Review Guide helps you better understand the principles of sectional anatomy, When used in conjunction with its corresponding text, this workbook reinforces key concepts covered in Introduction to Sectional Anatomy and contains a variety of exercises and tools that make it easy for you to remember essential information and build critical-thinking skills. This resource is also designed to thoroughly prepare you for the CT and MR registry examinations.
This volume is a complete and definitive guide to performing and interpreting breast ultrasound examinations. The book explains every aspect of the examination in detail—from equipment selection and examining techniques, to correlations between sonographic and mammographic findings, to precise characterization of sonographic abnormalities. Complementing the text are more than 1,500 illustrations, including ultrasound scans, corresponding mammographic images, and diagrams of key aspects of the examination.
Dr. Stavros thoroughly explains the physics of breast ultrasound and the special probes and other equipment needed to produce high-resolution images of breast tissue. Chapters on breast ultrasound anatomy demonstrate the anatomic detail that can be seen on current equipment and correlate sonographic and mammographic anatomic features. Subsequent chapters describe examination procedures for evaluating specific abnormalities and detail the distinguishing features of different cystic and solid breast lesions. Also included is a chapter on Doppler characterization of breast lesions.