Sectional Anatomy Essentials

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This interactive online series illustrates the location and function of major anatomical structures in the human body. The modules written by a radiologist and a registered radiologist assistant include interactive animation sequences that allow you to scroll through high-quality CT and MR images.

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  • Product ImageThis series of nine online modules includes high-quality CT and MR images that explore the location and function of major anatomical structures in the human body.

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    Focuses on the evolution and future uses of diagnostic medical imaging equipment, planes of the body, external landmarks and major body cavities, organs and systems, and joint classification.
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    Explores landmarks of the cranium, paranasal sinuses, skull foramina and bones in the cranium and face, temporomandibular joint, ear, facial muscles and components of the eye.
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    Identifies surface anatomy of the brain, its ventricular system and arterial blood supply, as well as major venous sinuses, the cerebellum, lobes of the cerebrum, limbic system, basal ganglia, brain stem structures and cranial nerves. 
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    Describes components of the spine, vertebrae, major curves in the vertebral column, major ligaments in the spinal column, muscle groups associated with the spine and the spinal cord.
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    Explains the features of the pharynx, esophagus, trachea and salivary glands as well as the muscles, lymph nodes, arteries and veins in the neck.
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    Identifies surface landmarks, planes, skeletal components and major muscles of the chest as well as the mediastinum, pleural cavities, heart, airway structures, pulmonary circulation system, and major arteries and veins in the thorax.
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    Focuses on anatomical surface landmarks, major muscles, lobes of the liver, stomach, gallbladder, biliary system, pancreas, spleen, adrenal glands, kidneys, and peritoneal and retroperitoneal spaces.
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    Describes bones, muscles, organs, vascular and lymphatic systems within the pelvis as well as the flow of urine, reproductive systems, and arterial and venous blood flow.
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    Identifies bones, muscles, joints, ligaments and tendons of the shoulder, elbow, wrist, hip, knee and ankle and explores the advantages and disadvantages of specific modalities used to image joints.
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