- Year: 2010
- Page Number: 216 pages
- File Type: PDF
- File Size: 9.11 MB
- Authors/ Editiors: John I. Lane
Imaging of the temporal bone has recently been advanced with multidetector CT and high-field MR imaging to the point where radiologists and clinicians must familiarize themselves with anatomy that was previously not resolvable on older generation scanners. Most anatomic reference texts rely on photomicrographs of gross temporal bone dissections and low-power microtomed histological sections to identify clinically relevant anatomy. By contrast, this unique temporal bone atlas uses state of the art imaging technology to display middle and inner ear anatomy in multiplanar two- and three-dimensional formats. In addition to in vivo imaging with standard multidetector CT and 3-T MR, the authors have employed CT and MR microscopy techniques to image temporal bone specimens ex vivo, providing anatomic detail not yet attainable in a clinical imaging practice. Also included is a CD that allows the user to scroll through the CT and MR microscopy datasets in three orthogonal planes of section.
Review From the reviews:“This beautifully illustrated book attempts to explain the complex anatomy of the temporal bone using CT an MR microscopy. … This book is written primarily for radiologists, but it is useful for all students of temporal bone anatomy as well as practicing otolaryngologists. … This will be highly useful to otolaryngology residents, practicing otologisst, and neurotologists. … It is a high-quality book that provides some of the most detailed descriptions of temporal bone anatomy I have encountered and the imaging complements the text well.” (Eric Roos Snyder, Doody’s Review Service, April, 2009)“The book is very well organized and beautifully presented. This book would be very useful to anyone involved with imaging of the temporal bone. Students seeking an introduction to imaging can use this as an effective tool for programmed learning. More advanced radiologists will appreciate the additional detail provided by the microimaging techniques combined with the beautifully reconstructed and reformatted images. Otolaryngologists would also appreciate this book. It is a superb imaging atlas of the temporal bone.” (Hugh Curtin, Radiology, Vol. 263 (1), April, 2012) –This text refers to the hardcover edition.
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⭐ DescriptionThis beautifully illustrated book attempts to explain the complex anatomy of the temporal bone using CT and MR microscopy. This is a novel approach, as prior temporal bone atlases have primarily relied upon histological sections. The core of the book is sectional imaging in the four planes of temporal bone imaging (axial, coronal, Poschl, and Stenvers). Detailed anatomical descriptions accompany the imaging.PurposeThis purpose is to facilitate understanding of the anatomical relationships in the temporal bone using 3D reconstructions generated from imaging microscopy data, and using multiplanar sections. This is a worthy objective, and the book is useful to both otolaryngologists and radiologists, as it presents detailed anatomy in the format of cross-sectional imaging.AudienceThis book is written primarily for radiologists, but it is useful for all students of temporal bone anatomy as well as practicing otolaryngologists.FeaturesAn introduction to the imaging techniques begins the book, information that is probably most relevant for radiologists. The book then delves into detailed temporal bone anatomy using 3D reconstructions from imaging microscopy. The third section presents cross-sectional imaging in the four classic planes of temporal imaging. The book also includes an anatomy tutorial. The entire book is innovative in its approach, successfully integrating a cross-sectional imaging atlas with an anatomy atlas.AssessmentThis will be highly useful to otolaryngology residents, practicing otologisst, and neurotologists. It is difficult to make direct comparisons to other temporal bone atlases because of the unique methods used to generate the illustrations. It is a high-quality book that provides some of the most detailed descriptions of temporal bone anatomy I have encountered and the imaging complements the text well.
⭐ A collection of thin section anatomy of the temporal bone as depicted on thin section microtomes ,CT and MRI supplemented by color diagrams. Multiple scan plans utilized. Excellent detail. Anatomy extremely well labeled. This is not the typical one chapter superficial anatomy of the temporal bone that most radiologists study. For instance as one example each ossicle is magnified and depicted in not just cross section but as magnified structures in multiple projections and all well labeled. The laborinthine structures are also depicted as color coded almost 3D like pictures of structures in multiple plans? This is a very detailed atlas that should be on the shelf of every oto neuroradiologist,neuroradiologist,diagnostic radiologist,anatomist,otologist or others interested in anatomy of the temporal bone. As an added feature a DVD of a fibreotoscopic journey through the temporal bone is included providing surgical landmarks and adding to the educational experience. I read and reread this book a few times until it was committed to memory and I still revisit it. Anatomy does not go out of style.
⭐ 意外に薄い本です。その割に高価。絵はきれいです。ただし、ちょっと思っていた本とは違いました。どちらかというと、内部構造の詳細です。側頭骨の難しさは、立体的な配置にあると思っています。よほどわかってないと、手術後の変形の評価ができません。側頭骨に関する本は、他には Swartz の ”Imaging of the temporal bone” くらいしかありません。この2冊で勉強するしかないですね。Amirもありますが、疾患が大部分なので、解剖の勉強にはあまり役立ちません。なお、付属のCDROMはWindows専用です。Macはダメみたいなので要注意。
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