K.N. Bhargava 1, C.C.S. Rao 1, R.K. Bhargava 2 , M.J Blunt 3
1-Department of Anatomy. Faculty of Faculty of Medicine,Garyounis, Benghazi, S.P. L.A.J. 2-Senior Registrar in Pediatrtc Surgery, Al-Jala Hospital, Benghazi, S.P.L A .J. 3-Department of Anatomy, University of Sidney, Australia.
Garyounis Medical Journal Vol 5, No.2. July 1982: 83-86
Increasing use of computerized axial tomography in diagnostic procedures demands a thorough knowledge of sectional anatomy. Because of the advances in radiology the study of cross sectional anatomy can only be purposefully examined when correlated with CAT scanning. A new approach is described by which this can be readily achieved, providing a programme of study both meaningful and useful in the total context of medicine. The approach is particularly relevant to radiologists and surgeons. it may moreover, warrant a place in the training of medical undergraduates.
Keywords: Correlative Cross-Sectional Anatomy. A New Approach to Teaching