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1st Edition

Practical Radiological Anatomy

ISBN 9781853158001
Published January 27, 2011 by CRC Press
416 Pages

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Book Description

Practical Radiological Anatomy is an illustrated and concise revision textbook for radiology trainees learning to interpret all modes of imaging.


  • Uses a convenient format arranged by body system
  • Contains high-quality images demonstrating the key features of basic anatomy
  • Supplies both conventional imaging and cross-sectional CT and MRI anatomy to aid preparation for the FRCA 2A modules
  • Presents guidelines on how to interpret images
  • Includes case studies in each chapter to illustrate the application of anatomy
  • Discusses commonly encountered pitfalls
  • Matches the current curriculum of the FRCA Part 1 and Part 2A exams

The essential revision book for doctors training in radiology and preparing for the First FRCA exam, Practical Radiological Anatomy is also of great value to advanced radiology practitioners, nurse practitioners, emergency medicine doctors, and radiographers.

Table of Contents

Imaging of the nasopharynx, face and neck
Chest imaging
Gastrointestinal imaging I: oesophagus, stomach and bowel
Gastrointestinal imaging II: liver, spleen, pancreas, adrenals, biliary tract and aorta
Imaging of the genitourinary tract
Imaging of the spine
Imaging of the upper limb
Imaging of the lower limb
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Sarah McWilliams MRCP[Hons], MRCP, FRCR is Consultant Radiologist at Guy's and St Thomas' Hospitals, and is a Final FRCR examiner for Radiology. She lectures for the Royal College of Radiologists for postgraduate trainees, and also teaches undergraduate medical students at Guy's, King's and St Thomas' School of Medicine. Sarah McWilliams has been running a highly-regarded radiological anatomy course in London since 1999.


'An excellent volume, which sets new standards in radiological anatomy'
Professor Andy Adam, Past President of The Royal College of Radiologists, from the Foreword