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Radiological anatomy

Head and neck

Head and neck anatomy on CT and MRI.
  1. Bones of the head (CT)
    Axial CT at the levels of the jugular fossa, atlas and axis.
  2. Brain (MRI)
    Axial T2-weighted MRI of the brain.
  3. Neck (CT)
    Axial CT of the neck.


Radiological anatomy of the thorax.
  1. Chest (X-ray)
    Standard chest radiographs in a PA and lateral projections.

Abdomen and pelvis

Abdomen and pelvis anatomy on CT.
  1. Digestive system and abdominal viscera (CT)
    Axial CT of the gastrointestinal tract and abdominal organs.
  2. Urinary and female reproductive systems (CT)
    Axial CT of the urinary and female reproductive systems.

Upper limb

Upper limb anatomy on MRI.
  1. Shoulder (MRI)
    Axial PD-weighted MRI of the shoulder.

Lower limb

Lower limb anatomy on MRI.
  1. Knee (MRI)
    Axial PD-weighted MRI of the knee.

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