About this book
serves as an introduction to the anatomic-radiologic The use of whole-body axial transverse tomo graphy (Scanner) as a new radio diagnostic method, data. We could perhaps be reproached on the dry has created problems regarding the interpretation ness of the mathematical concepts developed. This will no doubt interest those practitioners more orien of some normal or pathologic images. We have confirmed these problems during our visits to insti tated toward physics and pure science. tutions which have this equipment. Currently, we This book should interest anatomists who are using a whole-body Delta Scanner at the Center keep abreast by teaching clinical anatomy. It should for Research Studies on Radioanatomy in Marseille. also be valuable to physicians who find Scanner It appears to be essential that normal images sections in their patient's files and who need to inter obtained with this instrument be studied and com pret them as easily as conventional X-ray films. Fi pared with the corresponding serial sections of the nally, radiologists who are users or potential users human body. of this equipment should find in this atlas the infor Our anatomic material is not a substitute for mation on topographic anatomy that is relevant to classic works or for ROy-CAMILLE'S highly com their profession.
X-ray anatomy physics tomography