"This third edition is still one of the best sectional anatomy books."
Cris A. Zimmermann, RT(R)(Froedtert Hospital)
From the Publisher
3-Way Structure Presentation¡Xanatomical scanograms; patient scans (MRs and/or CTs); and adjacent correlating line drawings¡Xallows students to identify anatomy on actual images versus photographs of cadaver specimens
Chapter objectives help students to clarify goals and streamline review
Key Terms are emphasized in bold type and explained with clear, in-depth definitions
Pathology Case Studies illustrate the clinical significance of sectional images
End-of-Chapter Review Questions, with answers in separate appendices, test the readers¡¦ understanding
Only clinically significant anatomy is covered, so students are not overwhelmed with unnecessary material
Sectional Anatomy Review, 0-7817-2106-7, 224 pages, 211 illustrations, December 2000, $21.00 This review book is based on Maddens Introduction to Sectional Anatomy textbook, serving as both a student workbook and as a question-and-answer resource for the American Society of Radiologic Technologists CT and MRI examinations.
Introduction to Sectional Anatomy: An Instructor¡¦s CD-ROM Resource,
0-7817-2165-2, approx. 200 illustrations, January 2001, Adoption-$175.00; Non-Adoption $350.00
This CD-ROM package includes both a test generator and an image collection of CT and MRI images from Maddens Introduction to Sectional Anatomy textbook. The test bank provides immediate access to 2,000 questions based on the text, and the image bank provides approximately 200 anatomic figures for use in lecture presentations and in-class handouts. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.