It is ideally suited to the needs of medical students, as well as radiologists, radiographers and surgeons in training. It will also prove invaluable to the range of other students and professionals who require a clear, accurate, view of anatomy in current practice.
2. Skull, orbits, paranasal sinuses and face
4. Vertebral column and spinal cord
5. Upper limb
6. Breast and axilla
7. Thorax: non cardiac
8. Thorax: cardiac
9. Abdomen and pelvis: cross-sectional
10. Abdomen and pelvis: non cross-sectional
11. Lower limb
12. Functional imaging
Salkowski, Lonie R Professor of Radiology, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, Madison, WI.
Loukas, Marios Professor of Anatomical Sciences, Dean of Basic Sciences, School of Medicine, St George's University, Grenada, West Indies.
Chair and Professor in the Department of Anatomical Sciences at St. George's University who has written extensively in the field of anatomy and on the peripheral nerves.
Turmezei, Tom Research Student, Information Engineering, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK.
Weir, Jamie Clinical Professor of Radiology, Aberdeen Royal Hospitals NHS Trust, Aberdeen, UK
MB, BS, FRCP(Ed), FRCR, Clinical Professor of Radiology, Aberdeen Royal Hospitals NHS Trust, Aberdeen, UK..
Abrahams, Peter H. Professor Emeritus of Clinical Anatomy, Institute of Clinical Education, Warwick Medical School, University of Warwick, Coventry, United Kingdom.