Vershalee Shukla

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The purpose of this four-part series is to show the high-resolution axial and coronal anatomy of the temporal bone from a flat-panel detector-based volume CT (parts 1 and 2); these imaging planes are then used to outline the effect of different surgical procedures commonly applied to the temporal bone (parts 3 and 4). The structures that are removed or(More)
The purpose of this 4-part series is to illustrate the nuances of temporal bone anatomy using a high-resolution (200-mu isotropic) prototype volume computed tomography (CT) scanner. The normal anatomy in axial and coronal sections is depicted in the first and second parts. In this and the subsequent part, the structures that are removed and/or altered in 9(More)
The purpose of this paper is to illustrate the clinical and imaging anatomy of the scalp. The territories of the vessels, lymphatics, and nerves together with the epicranial muscles of the galea are illustrated. The traditional cross-sectional anatomic layers are described and their gross anatomic boundaries are given. They are regrouped into 3 coverings(More)
The purpose of this 4-part series is to illustrate the nuances of temporal bone anatomy using a high-resolution (200 micro isotropic) prototype volume computed tomography (CT) scanner. The normal anatomy in axial and coronal sections is depicted in the first and second parts. In this, the fourth part, and the third part, the structures that are removed(More)
The purpose of this 4-part series is to demonstrate the high-resolution axial and coronal anatomy of temporal bone from a flat-panel detector-based volume computed tomography (CT) scanner (parts I and II); these imaging planes are then used to outline the effect of different surgical procedures commonly applied to the temporal bone (parts III and IV). The(More)
This is the first of two articles designed to provide user-friendly schematics of the adult dural vascular anatomy. It describes the intrinsic meningeal arteries and veins of the skull base/cranial vault and the dural partitions (the tentorium, falx cerebelli, and falx cerebri). The discussion of this anatomy is supplemented by illustrative pathologic(More)
This is the second of two articles designed to provide detailed user-friendly schematics of the adult dural vascular anatomy. It supplements the first article on the intrinsic meningeal arteries and veins by describing the dural venous sinuses along with their three remaining connections: to the brain, to the diploë, and to the extracranial soft tissues.(More)
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