All ultrasound practitioners have to have a good knowledge of anatomy in order to know where to aim the sonography and how to interpret the images produced. Understanding the location of various organs and structures in the body, their anatomical relationship with one another, and their normal ultrasonic appearances, is a crucial skill to possess. This book attempts to explain these interactions and appearances, by referring to the internal landmarks which help to locate and identify different organs. At the start of each chapter, the anatomy, scanning technique and normal appearance are explained in words. This is then followed by the ultrasound images through various planes, accompanied by explanatory labelled colour diagrams. This book will be a necessary purchase for all practicing ultrasound operators.