This handbook of general anatomy has been written to meet the requirements of students who are newly admitted to medical colleges. It thoroughly introduces the greater part of medical terminology as well as the various structures which constitute the human body. On account of the late admissions and the shorter time now available for teaching anatomy the coverage of general anatomy seems to suffer maximum. Since it lays down the foundation of the entire subject of medicine it was felt necessary to produce a short simple and comprehensive handbook on this neglected though important aspect of the subject. It has been written in a simple language with the text classified in small parts to make it easier for the students to follow and remember. This will prove quite useful to the medical students.