The Atlas supplements the textbook with an abundant collection of anatomy photographs (194), radiology scans (53), and embryology summaries (21). The anatomy photographs, taken by Ralph Hutchings, the renowned biomedical photographer, extend the anatomy photographs that appear in the book. The radiology scans help students visualize deep anatomical structures and encourage them to become familiar with the types of images seen in a clinical setting. The embryology summaries depict the developmental origins of major tissues, organs, and body systems. This is the ME Component item that is automatically packaged with the student text.