A gallery of normal anatomical variants for trainees revising for the First FRCR Anatomy exam
A normal variant is an atypical finding that is seen in a percentage of the population, which generally has no clinical significance, and is considered within the spectrum of normal findings. Scroll down to view images of normal anatomical variants. Click on an image to see a full larger version with arrows. Please note that this list is still incomplete. If you have any examples you would like to add to this page then please feel free to contribute!
Abdomen and pelvis
Head and neck
Syed Ehsan Ullah
Vinay Kumar Malik
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If you have any examples of normal anatomical variants not shown on this page (or shown with a different modality), then contribute using the form below! We review every submission and reply to every message. If your image is used and you decide to tell us your name, we will also give you credit on this site!