By Grant Mair
Thoroughly brand new with the newest examination adjustments, Get via First FRCR: Questions for the Anatomy Module deals a important perception into the new anatomy examination. 170 high caliber perform circumstances, every one containing 5 query stems, are provided in keeping with syllabus themes, appropriately reflecting the content material, sort and point of hassle of the particular exam questions.
Anatomical photographs are incorporated from all modalities known in present radiological perform (plain x-rays, CT, MRI, ultrasound, nuclear medicine). Each case is supported by full explanatory solutions, supplying applicable anatomy wisdom and appropriate radiological studying issues for the candidate.
Featuring a wealth of perform questions plus one complete mock exam, this booklet has been designed for applicants to evaluate their wisdom, establish issues that require extra examine and to accumulate self assurance in education for the examination day.
Written by way of forte Trainees in Radiology, Get via First FRCR: Questions for the Anatomy Module is the basic revision device for all First FRCR applicants getting ready for the newly revised exam
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The four clinoid processes provide attachment for structures around the pituitary fossa including the diaphragma sellae. Aisenson MR. Closing of the anterior fontanelle. Pediatrics 1950; 6:223–226. indd 43 17/05/2011 09:05 Chapter 1 HEAD AND NECK – Answers Q6 Answers a Condylar process of the mandible b Medial incision, left upper quadrant c Lateral incisor, canine, 1st and 2nd premolars and 1st, 2nd and 3rd molars (3rd is unerupted) d Anterior arch of C1 e Mandibular canal Orthopantomogram (OPG) The OPG provides a single image of the entire dentition, lower maxilla and mandible.
Ligamentum flavum covers the internal space between vertebral bodies posteriorly within the spinal canal. The posterior longitudinal ligament runs along the posterior aspect of the vertebral bodies while the anterior longitudinal ligament runs along their anterior aspect. Scuderi AJ, Harnsberger HR, Boyer RS. Pneumatization of the paranasal sinuses: Normal features of importance to the accurate interpretation of CT scans and MRI images. Am J Roentgenol 1993; 160:1101–1104. indd 41 17/05/2011 09:05 Chapter 1 HEAD AND NECK – Answers Q2 Answers a b c d e Frontal sinus Superior orbital fissure Innominate line Foramen rotundum Petrous ridge Occipito-frontal facial radiograph This view demonstrates the frontal and ethmoid sinuses well.
The genu (or knee) is the bend at its anterior end. Inferior to the genu is the rostrum, posterior to the genu running horizontally is the body of the corpus callosum, while the splenium is its bulbous posterior part. The fornices are white matter tracts which run from the hippocampi posterolaterally to converge on the thalamus anteriorly near the midline. Between the corpus callosum and the fornices lies the septi pellucidum. These paper thin structures form the medial wall of the lateral ventricles.