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Introduction to anatomy
Introduction to anatomy
Introduction to anatomy
Introduction to anatomy
Introduction to anatomy
Introduction to anatomy
Introduction to anatomy
Introduction to anatomy
Introduction to anatomy
Introduction to anatomy
Introduction to anatomy
Introduction to anatomy
Introduction to anatomy
Introduction to anatomy
Introduction to anatomy
Introduction to anatomy
Introduction to anatomy
Introduction to anatomy
Introduction to anatomy
Introduction to anatomy
Introduction to anatomy
Introduction to anatomy
Introduction to anatomy
Introduction to anatomy
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Introduction to anatomy
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  • 1. Introduction To Human Anatomy<br />By<br />DrManah Chandra Changmai MBBS MS<br />
  • 2. Anatomy : is the study of structures or<br />body parts and their relationships to oneanother.“anatome= up (ana) + cutting (tome) “<br />Anatomy : Gross anatomy -<br /> macroscopic.<br /> Histology -<br /> microscopic.<br />• Anatomical position: body is erect, feet together, palms face forward and the thumbs point away from the body .<br />
  • 3. Disciplines of Anatomy <br />•Gross Anatomy: structures studied with the <br />naked eye. <br />–Systematic anatomy: organized by systems, <br />e.g., digestive, nervous, endocrine, etc. <br />–Regional anatomy: study of all structures inan area of the body, e.g., upper extremitybones, muscles, blood vessels, etc.<br />•Microscopic anatomy (histology)<br />•Cell biology<br />•Developmental anatomy (embryology)<br />•Pathological anatomy<br />•Radiologic anatomy (x-ray, CT, MRI)<br />•Other areas? (surgery)<br />
  • 4. Levels of Structural Organization <br />•Biochemical (atoms, molecules)•Cellular•Tissue•Organ•Organ system•Organism<br />
  • 5. Anatomical directional terminology <br />• Superior : means the part is above another or closer to head (cranial ).<br />• Inferior: means the part is below another or towards the feet (caudal).<br />
  • 6. Anatomical directional terminology <br />• Anterior: means towards the front (the eyes are anterior to the brain) -<br />[ventral].<br />• Posterior: means toward the back (the pharynx is posterior to the oral<br />cavity) - [dorsal].<br />
  • 7. Anatomical directional terminology <br />• Medial : relates to the imaginary midline dividing the body into equal<br />right and left halves (the nose is medial to the eyes).<br />• Lateral: means to words the side with respect to the imaginary midline<br />(the ears are lateral to the eyes).<br />
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  • 9. Anatomical directional terminology <br />Ipsilateral: the same side (the spleen and descending colon are<br />ipsilateral ).<br />Contralateral : Refers to the opposite side (the spleen and gallbladder<br />are contralateral ).<br />
  • 10. Anatomical directional terminology <br />• Proximal : is used to describe a part that is closer to the trunk of the<br />body or closer to another specified point of reference than another<br />part (the elbow is proximal to the wrist).<br />• Distal: it means that a particular body part is farther from the trunk or<br />farther from another specified point of reference than another part<br />(fingers are distal to the wrist).<br />
  • 11. Anatomical directional terminology <br />• Superficial: means situated near the surface. Peripheral also means<br />outward or near the surface.<br />• Deep: is used to describe parts that are more internal .<br />
  • 12. Anatomical directional terminology <br />•Prone <br />–the body lying face downward; stomach lying <br />•Supine <br />–lying on the back; face upward position of the body <br />•Dorsal <br />–relating to the back; being or located near, on, or toward the back, posterior part, or upper surface of <br />•Ventral <br />–relating to the belly or abdomen, on or toward the front, anterior part of <br />•Volar <br />–relating to palm of the hand or sole of the foot <br />•Plantar <br />–relating to the sole or undersurface of the foot <br />
  • 13. Regional Terms<br />• Axial part : includes the head, neck, and<br />trunk.<br />• Appendicular part : Includes the limbs<br />which are attached to the body&apos;s axis.<br />
  • 14. Body organization<br />1. Body cavities – hollow spaces within the human body that contain<br />internal organs.<br />a) The dorsal cavity: located toward the back of the body, isdivided into the cranial cavity (which holds the brain) andvertebral or spinal cavity (which holds the spinal cord).<br />
  • 15. b) The ventral cavity: located toward the front of the body, is<br />divided into abdominopelviccavity and thoracic cavity by the<br />diaphragm.<br />The abdominopelvic cavity is subdivided into abdominal cavity<br />(which holds liver, gallbladder, stomach, pancreas, spleen, kidney,<br />small, and large intestines) and <br />The pelvic cavity (which holds the<br />urinary bladder and reproductive organs).<br />The thoracic cavity is subdivided into the pleural cavity (which<br />holds the lungs) and pericardial cavity (which holds the heart).<br />
  • 16. Dorsal and ventral body cavities<br />
  • 17. Body membranes<br />• Body membranes – tissue<br />linings of body cavities and<br />coverings of internal<br />organs.<br />• parietal membrane –<br />lining of body cavity (e.g.<br />parietal pleural membrane<br />lines the pleural cavity )<br />• visceral membrane –<br />covering of internal organ<br />(e.g. visceral pleural<br />membrane lines the surface<br />of the lungs).<br />
  • 18. Body Sections<br />• Sagittal plane – divides the<br />body into left and right<br />sections.<br />• Midsagittal (median) plane<br />– divides the body into<br />equal halves at midline.<br />• Frontal (coronal) plane –<br />divides the body into<br />anterior and posterior<br />sections.<br />• Transverse (horizontal)<br />plane– divides the body<br />into superior and inferior<br />sections.<br />
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  • 20. Transverse plane<br />Coronal plane<br />Coronal plane<br />
  • 21. Sagittal plane<br />
  • 22. Eleven organ systems<br />1. Integumentary, skeletal, muscular, nervous, endocrine, digestive,<br />respiratory, Circulatory, lymphatic, urinary, and reproductive systems .<br />2. The reproductive system is mainly involved in transmitting genetic<br />information From one generation to another, while the remaining 10<br />organ systems are important in maintaining homeostasis.<br />
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  • 25. Body regions<br />• The abdominal area is subdivided into 9 regions.<br />
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  • 27. Common Terms<br />• abdominal = region between thorax and pelvis.<br />• antebrachial = the forearm.<br />• antecubital= the front of elbow.<br />• axillary = the armpit.<br />• brachial = the upper arm.<br />• celiac = the abdomen.<br />• cephalic = the head.<br />• cervical = the neck.<br />• costal = the ribs.<br />• cubital = the elbow.<br />• femoral = the thigh.<br />• gluteal = the buttock.<br />• lumbar = the lower back.<br />
  • 28. Regional Terms Used for Places <br />
  • 29. Regional Terms Used for Places <br />
  • 30. Thank you<br />

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