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Few Useful Radiology Anatomy Atlases

Normal Radiologic Anatomy is a basic primer on Anatomy designed for the Radiologist, at http://www.vh.org/Providers/TeachingFiles/NormalRadAnatomy/Text/RadM1title.html . This site is authored by a team headed by J Livermore and W Erkonen and the online atlas covers X-Ray, CT, MRI and Ultrasound. In essence, the image material delivers information on anatomical areas such as head and neck, thorax, abdomen, pelvis, upper and lower extremity.

2. Radiologic Anatomy Browser
is sourced from the Uniformed Services University and is accessible at
http://rad.usuhs.mil/rad/iong/index.html . The Anatomy Browser is like an outline with the facility for expanding or collapsing levels. The material produced by S Rudinsky and JG Smirniotopoulos is catalogued into regions such as Head and Neck, Back and Upper Extremity, Chest etc. The topics are comprehensively covered and a check list is an added bonus at the end of sections.

3. Radiology Anatomy is accessible at http://sprojects.mmip.mcgill.ca/radiology/ The material covers regions including thorax, pelvis, abdomen, spine and extremities, head and neck. Besides this there are online quizzes to reinforce on Pelvis, Abdomen, Spine and Extremities, Head and Neck and a separate Quiz on Pathology available too.

4. Radiologic Anatomy Images
from Emory University is accessible as online from http://www.emory.edu/ANATOMY/Radiology/Home.Page.MENU.HTML . The amterial is available in four "conferences" ranging from Limbs to Abdomen and Pelvis. The first conference has images on Knee describing the various ligaments, Shoulder and the with rotator cuff tendons etc

HyperBrain at http://library.med.utah.edu/kw/hyperbrain/ has a variety of features focusing principally on Neuroanatomy. Besides the site has a brain atlas and an interesting Pathway Quiz at the end, too.

6. Thoracic Anatomy
at http://www.chestx-ray.com/Anatomy/Anatomy.html has an assortment of Radiology Anatomy Atlases. The site highlights the dictum that "radiographic interpretation requires a firm knowledge of normal anatomy and the myriad variants that may simulate disease". This webpage hyperlinks to five principal material rich in graphics : Cross-sectional Anatomy, Mediastinal Anatomy, Inflated Lungs - Virtual Reality, Segmental Projections and Introduction to Cardiothoracic Imaging

7. Radiology Anatomy Models from University of Washington is a set of Radiology and anatomy teaching files, are available at http://www.rad.washington.edu/academics/academic-sections/msk/teaching-materials/radiology-anatomy-teaching-modules The material covers areas like normal knee anatomy, normal distal thigh anatomy muscles, radiographic anatomy of Upper and Lower extremity muscle etc. Added features in this atlas include the radiographic evaluation of hallux valgus, ultrasound of the Shoulder, which are all illustrative items . In addition, a TMJ tutorial is accessible at http://uwmsk.org/tmj/

8. Radiology Anatomy Atlas at http://web.mac.com/rlivingston/Site/Radiology_Anatomy_Atlas.html
is an atlas created by Robert Livingston. The site offers viewing of labeled images of human anatomy, using a RAA Viewer, a free program, available for Macintosh and Windows. The current MAC and Windows version of the viewer is sized 42 MB and 34 MB. An image or series of images is accessed by the downloaded viewer program into a PC. A downloadable manual, offers better understanding of the viewer program. "The program is bundled with a basic set of axial illustrations of the human body published in Eycleshymer's Cross-Section Anatomy".

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