This text is designed to be a definitive and portable reference on hand anatomy. Emphasis is placed on unfolding the complex interrelationships between anatomical structures. The clinical relevancy of those interrelationships is detailed to assist with diagnosis. Surgical dissection is also outlined in a goal-directed manner that supports the approach adopted by clinical courses. To further the ready application of key material to daily practice, the identification of surface anatomical landmarks is stressed. Illustrations clearly depict important concepts as well. By providing easy access to essential information, this resource is ideal to have on hand in the clinic, ward, and emergency room.