By Martin Weyreuther, Christoph Heyde, Michael Westphal, Jan Zierski, Ulrich Weber
This MRI atlas of the backbone is the fruit of interdisciplinary cooperation between radiologists, orthopedic surgeons, traumatologists, and neurosurgeons. it's a clinically orientated atlas that covers all very important illnesses and accidents of the backbone. plentiful illustrations are supplemented through concise descriptions of anatomy and pathophysiology, the traditional and irregular MRI visual appeal, diagnostic pitfalls, and the medical value of MRI. The transparent and didactic sort allows readers to revise the basics of spinal anatomy and sickness states as a foundation for figuring out the diagnostic recommendations and surgical administration. through combining descriptions of the scientific manifestation of spinal problems with the corresponding MRI findings, the authors wish to assist readers increase a significant method of the translation of MRI of the backbone.
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MRI Atlas Orthopedics and Neurosurgery The Spine by Martin Weyreuther, Christoph Heyde, Michael Westphal, Jan Zierski, Ulrich Weber