This course forms the underpinnings of the Skeletal Radiology four-course sequence. A regional approach to the normal anatomy of axial and appendicular skeletal structures is presented. Palpation skills learned in the concurrent course Methods 1 and detailed anatomical information learned in the concurrent courses Spine and Pelvis and Gross Anatomy 1 are highlighted to meld together related disciplines. Students learn the rudiments of how x-rays are generated, how they form an image and how to view anatomy with this tool. A few common normal variants are presented as well.