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Postmortem Angiography for Medical Education
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Atlas of Postmortem Angiography
Springer International Publishing
The use of angiography in the demonstration of vascularization on fresh human cadavers followed by anatomic preparations to visualize structures provides an additional tool for comparing radiographic images with corresponding tissue slices and dissection in undergraduate anatomy teaching. Several regions were investigated in parts as Master’s theses to prepare teaching modules to supplement self-directed learning of several regions, i.e., the brain, the heart, the pelvic floor, and knee vascularization [1–4]. A comparison of radiographic images with corresponding tissue slices and three-dimensional (3D) reconstructions of CT scans, as well as the dissection of corresponding anatomic areas, allows a transposition and interpretation of radiographic images by comparison of virtual images with the real anatomic structures.
Angiography Brachial plexus Brain Education Heart Pelvic floor Knee
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