June 28, 2016
One of the most common questions that we get relates to the use of oral and IV contrast material. We are, therefore, developing a new section dedicated to this topic.
Medical illustrations of both normal anatomy and pathology have been one of the pillars of classic medical education. All of us remember Netter's fine drawings from our medical school and residency days. With the advent of computers the medical illustrator has a new set of tools which allow them to create high quality illustrations that can be easily manipulated. This section contains a series of illustrations on a variety of topics that we have developed over the past 10 years. We hope that you find them helpful.
Body CT: Back to Basics and Beyond
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