Because cross-sectional anatomy is at the very foundation of successful imaging, this new learning resource is rich in features making it easier for readers to learn, identify, and recall anatomic structures in cross-section. All body part chapters include an anatomical overview that reviews the relationship between the structures of that region. Sectional anatomy is described through the use of labeled computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance (MR) images.The three-way structure presentation--anatomical scanograms; patient scans (MRs and/or CTs); and adjacent correlating line drawings--allows readers to identify anatomy on actual images versus photographs of cadaver specimens. Chapter objectives help readers clarify goals and streamline review. Key terms are emphasized in bold type and explained with clear, in-depth definitions. Pathology case studies illustrate the clinical significance of sectional images. End-of-chapter review questions, with answers in separate appendices, test the reader's understanding. Only clinically significant anatomy is covered, so readers aren't overwhelmed with unnecessary material.