Magnetic Resonance Imaging of The Pelvis: A Practical Approach presents comprehensive information to deal with commonly encountered pelvic pathologies. The content is developed by disease-focused experts aiming to share their experience to make the information easily applicable to clinical setting and research. The book covers a wide range of pelvic pathologies, and each chapter focuses on problem-solving approaches and includes tips and advice for multiple real-world scenarios. It also provides comprehensive-yet-tailored protocols, clear guidelines for indications, a detailed discussion of pathologies, descriptions of important differential diagnoses, and pitfalls and their solutions. It is a valuable resource for radiologists, researchers, clinicians, and members of medical and biomedical fields who need to understand better how to use MRI to base their diagnosis or advance their research work.