By Grant Mair

ISBN-10: 1444149679

ISBN-13: 9781444149678

ISBN-10: 1853159581

ISBN-13: 9781853159589

Thoroughly modern with the newest examination adjustments, Get via First FRCR: Questions for the Anatomy Module bargains a important perception into the new anatomy examination. 170 high caliber perform instances, each one containing 5 query stems, are offered in response to syllabus issues, correctly reflecting the content material, kind and point of trouble of the particular exam questions.

Anatomical pictures are integrated from all modalities general in present radiological perform (plain x-rays, CT, MRI, ultrasound, nuclear medicine). Each case is supported by full explanatory solutions, supplying acceptable anatomy wisdom and suitable radiological studying issues for the candidate.

Featuring a wealth of perform questions plus one complete mock exam, this e-book has been designed for applicants to evaluate their wisdom, determine subject matters that require extra examine and to accumulate self assurance in education for the examination day.

Written through forte Trainees in Radiology, Get via First FRCR: Questions for the Anatomy Module is the basic revision instrument for all First FRCR applicants getting ready for the newly revised exam

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Most of these muscles are supplied by the occulomotor nerve (CN III), except the lateral rectus and superior oblique which are supplied by the abducent (CN VI) and trochlear nerves (CN IV), respectively. The three paired nasal conchae (superior, middle and inferior) are separated by spaces known as meati. The paranasal sinuses are situated around the nasal cavity and also drain into it. They are paired and include the frontal, ethmoid (with anterior, middle and posterior parts), sphenoid and maxillary sinuses.

Am J Roentgenol 1993; 160:1101–1104. indd 41 17/05/2011 09:05 Chapter 1 HEAD AND NECK – Answers Q2 Answers a b c d e Frontal sinus Superior orbital fissure Innominate line Foramen rotundum Petrous ridge Occipito-frontal facial radiograph This view demonstrates the frontal and ethmoid sinuses well. Projected within the orbit it is possible to discern the greater and lesser (more medial) wings of sphenoid and the triangular superior orbital fissure in between. The innominate line represents the lateral edge of the greater wing of sphenoid.

Deep cerebral veins such as the internal cerebral veins coalesce to form the great cerebral vein (of Galen) which combines with the inferior sagittal sinus to form the straight sinus. The superior sagittal sinus combines with the straight sinus at the confluence of sinuses. indd 46 17/05/2011 09:05 Chapter 1 HEAD AND NECK – Answers usually dominant and therefore larger), through the sigmoid sinuses and into the internal jugular veins bilaterally. Anteriorly, venous blood from the ophthalmic and superficial middle cerebral veins as well as from the sphenoparietal sinus collects in the cavernous sinuses.

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