Netter’s Correlative Imaging: Cardiothoracic Anatomy
with Online Access at www.NetterReference.com
Cardiothoracic Anatomy, the third title in the brand-new Netter’s Correlative Imaging series, provides exceptional visual guidance for thoracic, chest wall, lung, and heart anatomy. Dr. Michael Gotway presents Netter’s beautiful and instructive paintings and illustrated cross sections created in the Netter style side-by-side with high-quality patient images from breath-hold cardiac MR, multislice thoracic CT, and CT coronary angiography to help you visualize the anatomy section by section. With in-depth coverage and concise descriptive text for at-a-glance information and access to correlated images online, this atlas is a comprehensive reference that’s ideal for today’s busy imaging specialists.Table of Contents
- View thoracic, chest wall, lung, and heart anatomy in breath-hold cardiac MR, multislice thoracic CT, and CT coronary angiography, each image complemented by a detailed illustration in the instructional and aesthetic Netter style.
- Find anatomical landmarks quickly and easily through comprehensive labeling and concise text highlighting key points related to the illustration and image pairings.
- Scroll through the correlated images online at www.NetterReference.com.
"This book presents classic Frank Netter and Netter-style illustrations of thoracic and cardiac anatomy. The thoracic illustrations are presented in correlation with CT scan images which are shown in two windows, soft tissue and lung. The cardiac anatomy is presented in correlation with cardiac CT and cardiac magnetic resonance (MR) images.
This is appropriate for radiologists and other practitioners who wish to improve their understanding of cardiothoracic anatomy, although the author does not address this point in the preface. It is also a useful reference for trainees in radiology and relevant clinical fields.
The illustrations and the radiological images are all of high quality, making this book a valuable reference for thoracic and cardiac anatomy. It should be on the bookshelf of all radiologists who interpret CT or MR images of the chest."
Bennett S. Greenspan, MD, MS(Medical College of Georgia)
Weighted Numerical Score: 100 - 5 Stars!
By Michael Gotway, MD, Professor, Department of Radiology
Senior Associate Consultant, Mayo Clinic, Scottsdale, AZ
Clinical Associate Professor, Diagnostic Radiology / Biomedical Imaging & Pulmonary / Critical Care Medicine
Department of Radiology, University of California, San Francisco
Clinical Professor, University of Arizona College of Medicine, Phoenix
Adjunct Professor, Department of Biomedical Informatics, Arizona State University