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Chapter-01 Surface Anatomy with a Clinical Perspective by Appaji Ashwini C, Kulkarni Roopa (2017) Edition : 1/e

The objective of this chapter is to introduce the surface anatomy with a clinical perspective. Surface anatomy is defined as to outline the organs and important internal structures on the surface of the body. The surface anatomy is very much essential because the body cannot be opened everytime, a diagnosis of a disease needs to be done as to which organ is ... [More]

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Chapter-02 Surface Anatomy of the Thorax by Appaji Ashwini C, Kulkarni Roopa (2017) Edition : 1/e

The aim of this chapter is to focus on surface anatomy of the thorax. Surface anatomy is defined as to outline the organs and important internal structures on the surface of the body. The surface anatomy is very much essential because the body cannot be opened everytime, a diagnosis of a disease needs to be done as to which organ is affected. Sternum is divi... [More]

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Chapter-03 Surface Anatomy of the Abdomen by Appaji Ashwini C, Kulkarni Roopa (2017) Edition : 1/e

The objective of this chapter is to introduce the surface anatomy of the abdomen. The abdomen extends from the diaphragm to the pelvic diaphragm. The abdominal wall can be divided into nine quadrants by imaginary lines. The bony landmarks for the anterior abdominal wall are costal margin, xiphisternum, upper 6 costal cartilages, tubercle of the iliac crest a... [More]

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Chapter-04 Surface Anatomy of the Head and Neck by Appaji Ashwini C, Kulkarni Roopa (2017) Edition : 1/e

This chapter discusses surface anatomy of the head and neck. Surface anatomy is defined as to outline the organs and important internal structures on the surface of the body. This chapter covers landmarks on the front of the head and neck, landmarks on the side of the head and neck, longitudinal fissure, coronal suture, posterior ramus, ascending and anterio... [More]

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Chapter-05 Surface Anatomy of the Upper Limb by Appaji Ashwini C, Kulkarni Roopa (2017) Edition : 1/e

The objective of this chapter is to introduce the surface anatomy of the upper limb. Bony landmarks are clavicle, acromion process, lateral epicondyle, medial epicondyle, head of humerus, styloid process of radius in supinated position and head of ulna in pronated position. This chapter also discusses blood vessels, axillary artery, brachial artery, radial a... [More]

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Chapter-06 Surface Anatomy of the Lower Limb by Appaji Ashwini C, Kulkarni Roopa (2017) Edition : 1/e

This chapter discusses surface anatomy of the lower limb. The saphenofemoral junction is identified to block the opening of the saphenous vein and prevent retrograde flow during clinical examination of varicose veins. The bryants triangle has to be drawn on both sides. This helps to find out supratrochanteric shortening of hip by comparison of both sides. Th... [More]

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Chapter-07 Introduction by Appaji Ashwini C, Kulkarni Roopa (2017) Edition : 1/e

The objective of this chapter is to introduce the radiological anatomy. Radiological anatomy is anatomy discipline which involves the study of anatomy through the use of radiographic films. The x-ray film represents two-dimensional image of a three-dimensional object due to the summary projection of different anatomical structures onto a planar surface. Dise... [More]

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Chapter-08 Radiology Principle by Appaji Ashwini C, Kulkarni Roopa (2017) Edition : 1/e

The objective of this chapter is to introduce the radiology principle. It is a branch of medical science that deals with the use of radiant energy in the diagnosis and treatment of disease. This radiant energy, called X-ray. X-rays are a form of energy waves compared to visible light rays, but they are shorter in length and travel in straight line. These ray... [More]

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Chapter-09 Newer Imaging Techniques by Appaji Ashwini C, Kulkarni Roopa (2017) Edition : 1/e

This chapter discusses newer imaging techniques. Tomography, computed tomography (Ct)/computer axial tomography (CAT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) or nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR), differences between CT and MRI, contrast MRI and magnetic resonance angiography (MRA) are covers in this chapter. Computed tomography (CT) scans and MRIs are both diagnost... [More]

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Chapter-10 Radiology: Upper Limb by Appaji Ashwini C, Kulkarni Roopa (2017) Edition : 1/e

This chapter discusses radiology: upper limb. Usually the limb radiographs are taken as plane radiographs to either assess the age by looking at the unossified parts, ossification centers and nonfused epiphyses or to note the fractures of the bones. The contrast radiographs of the limbs are usually the angiograms. This chapter also covers the shoulder region... [More]