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Atlas of the human brain and the orbit for computed tomography
|Statement||by Joseph Hanaway, William R. Scott, Charles M. Strother.|
|Contributions||Scott, William Robert, 1939- joint author., Strother, Charles M., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||RC386.6.T64 H36|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 75 p. :|
|Number of Pages||75|
|LC Control Number||77150418|
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JONES HANS J. SCHWARZ JON D. SHOOP TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS 4 Radiation Dose 4 Hazards. 4 Cost. 4 Time. 4 Contrast Enhancement 5 Selective Visualization of Gray versus White Matter 5 History and Physical Examination 5 Follow-up Examination 6 Accuracy 6 by: 2.
CT and MRI images of angiography are also included in the book. The first chapter deals with brain. Next 18 chapters deal with different regions of body namely skull, orbit, para nasal sinuses, temporomandibular joint, neck, spine, chest, abdomen, pelvis, shoulder, upper limb, lower limb and blood vessels of upper and lower limbs.
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Computed tomography (CT), developed in the s by William Oldendorf and Godfrey Hounsfield, is an X-ray technique that allows for the visualization of 3- to mm (approximately to inch) sections of the brain, skull, and spinal column (as well as other parts.
Computed tomography (CT or CAT scan) is an imaging test that uses X-rays and a computer to make detailed images of the body. Coronavirus (COVID) Update Ascension is working to keep our communities healthy during this time and prevent the spread of infection while continuing to care for those who need us most.The photographs show the external morphology of the formalin fixed atlas brain before slicing.
From this brain of a 24 year old male myelin-stained sections were taken. Each section depicted in the atlas shows the central, subcortical region of the brain in a resolution that permits highdetail recognition of morphological structures.over-laying tissues. By using slice-imaging techniques (tomography), selective demonstration of morphologic properties, layer by layer, may be performed.
Computerised tomography, CT, is an ideal form of tomography yielding se-quence images of thin consecutive slices of the patient and providing the op-portunity to localise in three dimensions.