In spite of the advent of digital imaging modalities, the importance of interpreting conventional
radiographs has not diminished.
As with the previous editions, this book presents radiographic anatomy as it appears in all commonly performed radiographic examinations.
The anatomic structures visible in the radiographs are identified in the schematic drawings of the radiographs on the facing page, thus aiding in identification and interpretation of the radiographs.
This new edition is enhanced with a number of important projections for the extremities.
- Skeletal Imaging: Skull - Spine - Upper Extremity - Lower Extremity
- Miscellaneous Plain Films: Chest Radiographs - Coned-Down Views - Tomograms
- Contrast Examinations: Gastrointestinal Tract - Intravenous Contrast Examination – Arthrography - Arteriography - Venous Agiography
- Special Examinations