Item description for Diagnostic and Surgical Imaging Anatomy Brain, Head and Neck, Spine: Published by Amirsys® by M.D. H. Ric Harnsberger, M.D. Anne G. Osborn, Jeffrey S. Ross, M.D. Kevin R. Moore, M.D. Karen L. Salzman, K. H. Lee & Eric Kingson...
This richly illustrated and superbly organized text/atlas is the first volume of the new Diagnostic and Surgical Imaging Anatomy series produced by the innovative medical information systems provider Amirsys®. Written by the preeminent authorities in each radiologic subspecialty, these volumes will give radiologists a thorough understanding of the detailed anatomy that underlies contemporary imaging. Each volume features over 2,500 high-resolution 3T MRI and multidetector row CT images in many planes, combined with over 300 correlative full-color anatomic drawings that show human anatomy in the projections radiologists use. Succinct, bulleted text accompanying the images identifies the clinical and pathologic entities in each anatomic area.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 1.75" Width: 9" Height: 11" Weight: 6.65 lbs.
Release Date May 15, 2006
Publisher Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
ISBN 1931884293 ISBN13 9781931884297
Availability 0 units.
More About M.D. H. Ric Harnsberger, M.D. Anne G. Osborn, Jeffrey S. Ross, M.D. Kevin R. Moore, M.D. Karen L. Salzman, K. H. Lee & Eric Kingson
H. Ric Harnsberger has an academic affiliation as follows - R.C.Willey Chair in Neuroradiology, University of Utah School of Medic.
Reviews - What do customers think about Diagnostic and Surgical Imaging Anatomy Brain, Head and Neck, Spine: Published by Amirsys®?
The best imaging anatomy texts - bar none! Sep 22, 2007
This series of anatomy texts has no peer. Each section outlines the key facts, presents superbly executed graphics in explanation, then proceeds to meticulously demonstrate the fine details and subtleties of imaging anatomy using well-labelled and captioned images from every imaging modality ---from plain radiographs through ultrasound, CT, MR, scintigraphy, and even PET.
Admittedly the three volumes will set you back nearly a $1,000 if you get the e-book option (very worthwhile to avoid lugging the set back and forth from home to work), but nothing else comes close to such completeness and quality.
Radiology textbook review. Mar 27, 2007
This is one of the best Radiology textbooks I have ever seen. It is brilliant!
The ideal book for a practicing radiologist, resident, fellow or surgeon. Nov 8, 2006
This book is exceptional. The cross-sectional CT, MR, and volume rendered images are great! Structures are clearly, but unobtrusively labeled. Probably the best quality of this book is its repetitive nature. The reader is presented with multiple similar (though not identical) images of the same structure from different vantage points, throughout the book- quite helpful when one tries to integrate 2 dimensional data into a 3D frame of reference. I'm glad that I bought it and I would do so again. I believe in full disclosure- the only slight disadvantage is the cost, which is fairly pricey- but I believe it was DEFINITELY worth it. While Netter's work can never be duplicated, this book surpasses what a radiologist can glean from a basic anatomy book.
Just what I needed! Jul 28, 2006
At last a text with up to date radiological anatomy of the head and neck. We all know that this is potentially the most challenging area to interpret and none of the standard texts to date are equal to demonstrating the level of exquisite detail obtained by modern imaging techniques. The radiological images and the illustrative drawings are excellent and the organization correlates well with the problems likely to be found in radiological practice.