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This chapter in The Interactive Atlas of CT-Based Human Anatomy is designed to assist students, physicians and other clinical professionals to learn or review the interpretation of computed tomography (CT) images and therefore, cross-sectional anatomy of the head and neck. The atlas also provides a strong anatomical reference for clinical practitioners.
Contents: Three Dimensional: Skeletal System, Muscular System, Vascular System, Digestive and Respiratory Systems, Nervous System, Lymphatic. Two Dimensional: Frontal, Sagittal, Axial (All Structures), Axial (Lymphatic System).
Age of Subject: 17
Reviewed by: Richard Gacek, MD, David Goff, MD, Alan Stark, MD, of the University of Massachusetts Medical School; Ozan Toy, BA
University of Massachusetts Medical School
human anatomy, head, neck
Anatomy | Medical Education | Radiology
Bogdasarian RN, Chen A, Pieters RS, Fitzgerald TJ. (2014). Chapter 1. The Head & Neck. Interactive Atlas of CT-Based Human Anatomy. https://doi.org/10.7191/anatomy_atlas.1000. Retrieved from https://escholarship.umassmed.edu/interactive_atlas_ct-based_human_anatomy/1
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