- Year: 2004
- Page Number: 400
- File Type: PDF
- File Size: 40.93 MB
- Authors/ Editiors: Denise L. Lazo
Whether you are studying radiography, preparing to take the CT or MRI exams or are interested in learning more about anatomy, this dynamic new book will help you learn the fundamentals of sectional anatomy. Starting at the vertex of the skull and descending to the symphysis pubis, numerous line drawings and two complete sets of fully labeled images are included in each section to strengthen the learning process. The vertical column and major joints of the upper and lower extremities are also included as well as a separate chapter on facial bones and sinuses for the most complete presentation and realistic exposure to sectional anatomy available. Review sections at the end of each chapter assess your knowledge for a comprehensive learning experience.
Denise Lazo has practiced as a radiographer and mammographer at several Rhode Island and Pennsylvania hospitals. Currently a full-time faculty member of the Allied Health Department at the Community College of Rhode Island, she is an Associate Professor in the Radiography Program, as well as its Clinical Coordinator. Ms. Lazo is also Vice President of the Community College of Rhode Island’s Faculty Association, and a member of the ASRT.
Very good book. I am using it as a supplement to my required course text. It’s not as thorough as some other texts, but gives a great intro to each body section with labeled drawings, then shows sectional cuts as progressing just like a study. Not only is the anatomy labeled, but short explanations as to why a structure is appearing, disappearing, or changing as the slices progress. Useful supplement.
I bought this book to study for the CT registry. I was not sure if it covered all the anatomy that may be asked on the registry. When i was in the radiography program, we studied in detail every bone and every part of that bone. An example of this book is when talking about facial bones, it simply states mandible. It does not mention ramus, mandibular fossa, symphysis ect… This makes it easier to learn of course by not have alot of small detailed anatomy to memorize but i’m not sure that this is a good thing. Also, it could include longer tests, and maybe some diagram labeling.
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