The findings of this study provide valuable reference images of the normal radiographic anatomy
of the metatarsophalangeal joint and digits of the ostrich, which should facilitate radiographic interpretation of pathologic processes.
The identified clinical dental hygiene (DH) faculty members received a Qualtrics generated email informing them of the study purpose and design, and invited them to participate in the four parts of the online study: a pre-test, self-instructional radiographic anatomy
(SIRA) module, immediate post-test, and a four-month follow-up posttest.
Thus, we aimed to uncover radiographic anatomy
and emptying time of gastrointestinal tract in Podocnemis unifilis, using the technique of contrast radiography.
Any small animal practitioner or library catering to vets and students will find this an essential reference to definitive radiographic anatomy
of the dog and cat.
The results of this study show that measurements of the radiographic anatomy
of Spix's macaws are comparable with those of other psittacine birds.
Within its 328 pages, there are over 500 high-quality, full-color illustrations and photos demonstrating the clinical presentations, radiographic anatomy
, and surgical techniques discussed in the text.
He presents radiographs in a side- by-side format to allow the reader to compare unlabeled images with labeled line-drawing overlays in order to learn the radiographic anatomy
crucial to each procedure.
The results were incorporated in the 1995 8th edition of Merrill's Atlas of Radiographic Positions and Radiologic Procedures, the 3rd edition of the Pocket Guide to Radiography and the Radiographic Anatomy
, Positioning and Procedures Workbook to accompany the Merrill's Atlas of Radiographic Positions and Radiologic Procedures.
A critical analysis of the anterior-posterior radiographic anatomy
of the ankle syndesmosis.
With about 1400 illustration demonstrating head and neck anatomy and surgical procedures, the atlas contains 24 chapters covering, in addition to the preceding, sectional radiographic anatomy
and scanning, emergency procedures, the sinuses and maxilla, the nose and nasopharynx, the face, general purpose flaps, the lips, cleft lip and palate, the periorbital region, the ear, fractures of facial bones, cysts and tumors involving the mandible, oral cavity and oropharynx, the neck, the parotid salivary grand and management of malignant salivary gland neoplasia, endocrine surgery, the trachea and mediastinum, the larynx, the hypopharynx and the esophagus, and vascular procedures.