Bones are the framework that allows us to move, function and protect our vital organs. It is important to know a bones function, what muscles attach to it and how it heals and repairs to provide clinically reasoned treatment programs. A great resource is provide by Health Line where you can view 360 degree images. Get your Gray’s anatomy out for specific bony prominences.
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“The Norwich Image Interpretation Course is aimed primarily at radiographers who provide a “red dot” service to A&E, however it will also benefit those keen to revise their image interpretation skills. Each module covers a particular anatomical area, and both the appendicular and axial skeleton are covered. Relevance to the paediatric skeleton is included in each section.