Whoever approaches the field of diagnostic imaging and wants to apply correctly the available techniques will need simple and practical information on the indications of the different techniques and hints on the first problems one should initially expect.
This section will contain notes on how to use the techniques and interpret the results so as to make it easier for you to learn how to use these techniques and exploit their fullest potential to diagnose diseases affecting organs and districts.
When learning how to use diagnostic imaging, one of the first organs that
is usually studied is no doubt the liver. This section will start with a schematic
representation of the different liver segments; we believe that this might
useful for beginners to identify the landmarks that are commonly used to study
such a complex organ.