Sectional and Radiological Anatomy of a Thorax
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"This is an interactive tutorial that serves as an introduction to normal x-rays and cross-sections of the thorax for preclinical students enrolled in medical and dental human structure. The courseware was digitized and converted into Adobe Flash to provide beginners with introductory imaging that is critical to the interpretation of standard X-rays and CT- and MRI-scans. Its objective is to stimulate active self-directed learning by integrating introductory radiographic anatomy and into a... More
Material Type: Tutorial
Date Added to MERLOT: April 11, 2009
Date Modified in MERLOT: June 04, 2014
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Submitter: Cathy Swift

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Primary Audience: Graduate School, Professional
Mobile Compatibility: Not specified at this time
Language: English
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Avatar for Erica Cole
2 years ago

Erica Cole (Faculty)

When teaching cross-sectional anatomy I find the most difficult part is to get the student to understand the different planes and how they relate to eachother.  This is a great tutorial that shows multiple planes of the thorax to help students correlate the different planes together so they can better understand the anatomy as a 3-dimensional object and not a flat 2-dimensional picture.

Time spent reviewing site: 20 minutes