Anatomy for Diagnostic Imaging

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Saunders, 1994 - Anatomy - 294 pages
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For each main anatomical region, this book describes the normal features, and then discusses the radiological features specific to that region. Importantly, normal variations are highlighted and the relative benefits of employing alternative imaging modalities are presented.

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Central Nervous System
Spinal Column and its Contents
The Thorax

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Chris Ryan joined the SAS in 1984. For his escape from Iraq during the Gulf War he was awarded the Military Medal. He left the SAS in 1994, and now lives in America. He is the author of five bestsellers -- The One That Got Away, Stand By, Zero Option, The Kremlin Device, Tenth Man Down and The Hit List.

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