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Anatomy texts simply dont get any greater than Grays Anatomy for college students! Now in its third variation, this thoroughly revised clinical textbook maintains its specialize in simply the middle details you wish on your anatomy classes, featuring every thing in an easy-to-read, visually attractive layout that enables study.
Learn all you would like for anatomy during this effortless to learn good laid out booklet. every one bankruptcy begins with an summary of whats lined (ie. simply the fundamentals) after which proceeds in a compartmental model throughout the limb or approach you're learning. The language is apparent, plenty of color illustrations and precis tables. moreover there are scientific pearls.
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Examples of small and medium veins are superficial veins in the upper and lower limbs and deeper veins of the leg and forearm. Venules are the smallest veins and drain the capillaries. Although veins are similar in general structure to arter ies, they have a number of distinguishing features. • • tunica externa (adventitia)-the outer connective tissue layer, tunica media-the middle smooth muscle layer (may also contain varying amounts of elastic fibers in medium and large arteries) , and tunica intima-the inner endothelial lining of the blood vessels.
Positron emission tomography Positron emission tomography (PET) is an imaging modal ity for detecting positron-emitting radionuclides. A posi tron is an anti-electron, which is a positively charged particle of antimatter. Positrons are emitted from the decay of proton-rich radionuclides. Most of these radionu clides are made in a cyclotron and have extremely short half-lives. The most commonly used PET radionuclide is fluorode oxyglucose (FDG) labeled with fluorine- I S (a positron Fig. 10 n-weighted (A) and T2-weighted (B) magnetic resonance images of the brain in the coronal plane.
Com Imaging from below and upward toward the head (from the foot of the bed) . By implication: • • the right side of the patient is on the left side of the image, and the uppermost border of the image is anterior. Many patients are given oral and intravenous contrast media to differentiate bowel loops from other abdominal organs and to assess the vascularity of normal anatomical structures. When intravenous contrast is given, the earlier the images are obtained, the greater the likelihood of arte rial enhancement.