Ultrasound Anatomy Charts

Ultrasound Anatomy Charts

Principal structural detail for most sonography applications.

Abdominal & Male Pelvic Anatomy

Eight major arterial references with male pelvic anatomy.  

Adult Heart- Anterior View

Twenty external anatomical structures referenced.

Adult Heart- Basal Surface

Twenty-three anatomical structures referenced.  Shows both the standard anatomic reference image and its appearance in the parasternal short axis echocardiographic plane.

 

 

Adult Heart- Long Axis Section

Fifteen anatomiocal structures referenced.  Free license for noncommercial use.

Adult Heart- Posterior View

Uncommon perspective of the heart from the posterior view concretes mental visualization of the three-dimensional heart.  Nineteen anatomical structures referenced.

 

Arteries of the Upper Abdomen & Pelvis

Shows the gross relationship of the great abdominal/pelvic and thoracic vessels with special detail of the origin and distribution of the upper abdominal arterial supply.  Fifteen anatomiocal structures referenced.

Biliary Ductal System

Shows the relationship of the intra- and extrahepatic biliary tree with respect to the pancreatic ductal system.  Free license for noncommercial use.

Correlation of Simultaneous Electromechanical Events

Each phase of the cardiac cycle is charted throughout a single beat.  Documents the moment-to-moment changes in intracardiac volume and pressure over time, plotted against EKG and auscultation events.

Female Pelvis

Longitudinal section of the nongravid femal pelvis, referencing thirteen principal structures.

Female Reproductive System

Twelve principal structures of the uterus and ovary are noted, including representation of follicular maturation.

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