Atlas of Head/Neck and Spine Normal Imaging Variants
- Presents a comprehensive overview of the normal variations of the neck, spine and face that may simulate disease
- Presents comparison cases by which normal findings can be distinguished from abnormalities
- Offers 3D images for each variant
This text provides a comprehensive overview of the normal variations of the neck, spine, temporal bone and face that may simulate disease. Comprised of seven chapters, this atlas focuses on specific topical variations, among them head-neck variants, orbital variants, sinus, and temporal bone variants, and cervical, thoracic, and lumbar variations of the spine. It also includes comparison cases of diseases that should not be confused with normal variants.
Atlas of Head/Neck and Spine Normal Imaging Variants is a much needed resource for a diverse audience, including neuroradiologists, neurosurgeons, neurologists, orthopedists, emergency room physicians, family practitioners, and ENT surgeons, as well as their trainees worldwide.
|Autor||Alexander McKinney, Zuzan Cayci|