Normal Radiographic Anatomy

An understanding of normal anatomy is needed to determine when abnormalities, rather than species differences, exist. 

Peer reviewed, species-specific anatomical references are gradually entering the published literature. Abnormalities can only be accurately determined if a good understanding of the normal anatomy on each imaging modality exists. 



Use the drop down menu to navigate around the different groups and examples of normal images using different modalities for evaluation of different regions.