WEBSITES : SKULL ANATOMY|
Useful Websites related to Skull Anatomy 1.
Henry Gray (1821-1865). Anatomy of the Human Body. 1918 features the skull
in the osteology section at http://www.bartleby.com/107/30.html.
The text and illustrative material deals with the bones of skull, bones of face,
Exterior of the Skull, Interior of the Skull and has thumbnails of illustrations
which are available commencing at http://www.bartleby.com/107/indextn4.html
2. Cyberanatomy of the skull from http://anatome.ncl.ac.uk/tutorials/skulleasy/text/index.html
is written by Dr Donal Shanahan, Anatomy & Clinical Skills Centre, The Medical
School, The University of Newcastle Upon Tyne. The elucidatory tutorial material
is easily navigated by aid of signposting.
3. Anatomy of the Posterior Fossa from the McGill University, Montreal, CARCINOMA
is an illustrative account of the bony landmarks of the posterior fossa. Available
, the project has been designed by Dr. D. Sinclair, Dr. E. Hamel, Mr. É. Trudel
and Mr. G. Bennett.
Skull Module offered at http://www.csuchico.edu/anth/Module/skull.html
is an online project sponsored, in part, by Technology and Learning Program, California
State University, Chico. Designed by Turhon Murad and by Nanci Ellis, the site
offers basic information on bony skeleton of the skull. A A special feature of
this site is the multimedia presentation of few sections of the skull in QuickTime
5. Skull Anatomy Tutorial from created by J.
Crimando, Gate Way Community College, Phoenix, US http://www.gwc.maricopa.edu/class/bio201/skull/skulltt.htm
is a graphical primer on basic views of the skull.
The Skull Practical is an online tutorial accessible from Loyola University
Chicago Stritch School of Medicine. Authored by Thackery Gray. Ph.D. Professor
Dept. Cell Biology, Neurobiology & Anatomy, the material is accessible at http://www.meddean.luc.edu/lumen/MedEd/GrossAnatomy/h_n/cn/skp/mainframe.htm.
It describes diagrammatically the various parts and landmarks of the skull. The
material focuses on Skull Openings, Skull Parts, Nerves and Arteries.
7. The Skull from Minnesota State University, US at http://emuseum.mnsu.edu/biology/humananatomy/skeletal/skull.html
offers basic primer on skull anatomy. The material commences from basic facts
such as "skull is the bony framework of the head. It is comprised of the eight
cranial and fourteen facial bones".
Radiography of the skull at http://www.xray2000.f9.co.uk/Site3/technique/skullindex.htm
is from the site titled xray2000.co.uk (accessible at http://www.xray2000.f9.co.uk/index.htm),
designed and authored from UK by John Oldnall Nicholas. The material is comprehensive
and focuses on an important area of radiography, covering Basic Skull Osteology,
Landmarks and Planes , Skull Errors in positioning technique, Image Series for
AP position and a selection of CR angles and Radiography Indications for Imaging
From Royal College of Radiologists.
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