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This site contains cases that are intended to illustrate the importance of anatomic knowledge in actual clinical situations. Each case will use radiology to demonstrate living anatomy.

The top left button links to a general OVERVIEW of the types of imaging that will be covered. You can use this information for reference for any questions regarding technical factors as you review images for other topics.

The site will also emphasize use of EVIDENCE-BASED imaging, through reference to the American College of Radiology Appropriateness Criteria (ACR-AC). This is a useful resource available to all clinicians to help in choosing the most appropriate imaging for common clinical settings. Click on the button below to go to the site for an overview of the available topics. Use your browser 'back' button to return to Anatomy Topics from the ACR-AC site.

These modules are designed for use by medical students and students in allied health professions, but may also be of use to residents, particularly in clinical fields other than Radiology.