This anatomy text focuses on the head and neck. Introductory chapters discuss tissues, medical imaging, and general development. The main part of the book offers 15 informative seminars, each requiring two-to-three hours of study. Seminars one through eight provide systematic treatment of structural features and movements of the head and neck, as well as the upper respiratory and alimentary tracts. Seminars nine through sixteen cover the interior of the skull, the orbit, face, and neck. For greater understanding, frequent illustrated accounts of organ development are included. A special section is devoted to cross-sectioned scans, which are becoming increasingly important . This volume concludes the three-part series that also studies the musculo-skeletal system (Volume 1) and the thorax and abdomen (Volume 2).