MEDRADSC 2D03 Study Guide - Fall 2019, Comprehensive Final Exam Notes - Bone, Ligament, Tendon

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Lecture 2: Sectional Anatomy
September 10th, 2018
What are we doing today?
Quiz
Projectional images
o Are literal x-rays
o Photon going through the anterior portion and coming out of the posterior
portion
o All information is contained into one image (one dimension)
Sectional images
o CT and MRI
o A whole volume of tissue has been irradiated and digitized and they can be
displayed in different planes
Other formats
Group Activity
Which side of the patient’s body is this?
This is a sectional image
One slice in a volume of tissue that
has been irradiated
Patients left side
Which femoral head is this?
This is the right side
This is a sectional image
MRI image
Which side of the patient’s body is this?
This is the right side
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Which humeral head is this?
This is the left side
Which lung is this?
This is the right lung
Viewing the Image
1. Projection images
2. Sectional images
o Sagittal
Separating left and right
o axial (transverse)
bottom from top
o coronal
separating front and back
3. 3D reconstructions
Projection Images
All images are viewed based on 1 simple principle:
view all images assuming the patient is (facing towards you /
facing away from you) standing in front of you in anatomical
position
Correct orientation
When viewing the image:
(their/your) right should will be opposite (their/your)
left shoulder
Which clavicle is this?
right
** Lateral Positions
lateral or sagittal view are not distinguished by the person standing in front of you
marked with an L or R
indicates which side is closest to the IR
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