Cell Biology, Neurobiology & Anatomy

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Marvin Wagner, MD
Marvin Wagner Professor Emeritus

Clinical Professor, Surgery

Mailing Address:
Department of Cell Biology, Neurobiology & Anatomy
Medical College of Wisconsin
8701 Watertown Plank Road
Milwaukee, WI 53226-0509

Phone: (414) 955-8470
FAX: (414) 955-6517

Marvin Wagner, MD

 


Education:
MD, Marquette University School of Medicine, 1944
MS, Marquette University School of Medicine, 1951


Research Area: Human anatomy with special reference to segmental anatomy and its applications to clinical medicine 



Segmental Anatomy: Applications to Clinical Medicine. Marvin Wagner and Thomas L. Lawson

Atlas of Chest Imaging: Correlated Anatomy with MRI and CT. Marvin Wagner and Thomas L. Lawson

These landmark reference texts are designed to provide a detailed photographic "map" of segmental anatomy - both normal and pathologic - viewed from sequential series of axial, coronal and sagittal sections.

In addition, the anatomic sections are correlated with images produced by computed tomography (CT), ultrasonography, and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) - a valuable clinical aid for every medical student, surgeon, radiologist, primary family physician, internist and anatomist.

The presentation of the text and illustration will enable you to employ effectively CT scans, MRI and ultrasonograms in teaching, diagnosing disease and in avoiding the complications of surgery.

Each of the chapters features at least one detailed sectional illustration, in which normal relationships and, in some cases, pathological entities are identified. Some of these sections have been highly magnified, allowing identification of the most minute structures. In each chapter a small line drawing identifies the plane of vision.

Over 30 cadavers ranging in age from newborn to 75 years, male and female, were utilized. The volumes comprehensively cover segmental anatomy of the head and neck, thorax, abdomen, male and female pelvis, upper an lower extremities, lumbosacral spine and neonatal anatomy.

 

 

Selected Publications:
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Wagner M, Zastrow R, and Reasa DA: Presacral tumors: case report, review of the literature. Clin. Anat. 8:227-230, 1995.
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Wagner M and GE Farley: Incarcerated hernia with intestinal obstruction after laparoscopic cholecystectomy. Wisconsin Med. 5:169-171, 1994.
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Wagner M and T Lawson: Atlas of Chest Imaging Correlated Anatomy and CT, Raven Press, 1992.
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Ho PSP, S Yu, LF Czervionke, LA Sether, M Wagner, P Pech and VM Haughton: MR appearance of gray and white matter at the cervicomedullary region. AJNR 10:1051-1055, 1989.
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Yu S, VM Haughton, LS Sether and M Wagner: Comparison of MR and diskography in detecting radial tears of the anulus: a postmortem study. AJNR 10:1077-1081, 1989.
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Sether LA, S Yu, M Wagner and VM Haughton: Ruptures of the annulus fibrosus of cervical intervertebral discs studied by cryomicrotomy and magnetic resonance. Clin. Anat. 2:1-8, 1989.
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Yu S, VM Haughton, KL Lynch, KC Ho, PSP Ho, LA Sether and M Wagner: Fibrous structure in the intervertebral disc: correlation of MR appearance with anatomic sections. AJNR 10:1105-1110, 1989.
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Yu S, VM Haughton, LA Sether and M Wagner: Criteria for classifying normal and degenerated lumbar intervertebral discs. Radiology 170:523-526, 1989.
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Ho PS, S Yu, LA Sether, M Wagner, KC Ho and VM Haughton: Ligamentum flavum: appearance on sagittal and coronal MR images. Radiology 168:469-472, 1988.

 

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