The first step along the journey of learning to interpret diagnostic imaging studies is to know your normal anatomy. Indeed, this is the main focus of the first part of the Radiology Fellowship examination, taken at the end of the first year of the Radiology Training Scheme. The cases below allow you to interact with the image – hover your mouse over an anatomical structure and the name of that structure will appear. Look at the list on the right of the image and see if you can work out where each structure is, then check to see if you’ve got it right. When you know your anatomy, it becomes much easier to identify pathology on imaging studies.
Normal anatomy cases