Human anatomy<br />Basic concepts and classification<br />
Basic concepts<br />Youmost look at internet for the meaning of next prefixes and sub fixes. You have teen minutes, after ...
Prefixes <br />Sub fixes<br />A, an<br />Algia<br />Ante<br />Bradi<br />Dis<br />Distal<br />Ecto<br />Endo<br />Epi<br /...
Lateral
External
Medial
Internal
Oma
Osis
Peri
Poli
Post
Pre
Proximal
Retro
Sub
Supra
Taqui</li></li></ul><li>MEDICAL AND ANATOMIC TERMINOLOGY<br />
MEDICAL AND ANATOMIC TERMINOLOGY<br />
MEDICAL AND ANATOMIC TERMINOLOGY<br />
MEDICAL AND ANATOMIC TERMINOLOGY<br />
MEDICAL AND ANATOMIC TERMINOLOGY<br />
MEDICAL AND ANATOMIC TERMINOLOGY<br />
MEDICAL AND ANATOMIC TERMINOLOGY<br />
Anatomy vs. physiology <br />Anatomy. Describe the different parts in the organism in the different levels Cell, tissue, o...
Organic level<br />Group of tissues that made an anatomical and functional entities <br />Systemic  level<br />Group of or...
Anatomical division<br />Views <br />Sagital view<br />Frontal view<br />Horizontal or transverse view<br />Segments <br /...
SAGITAL VIEW<br />
Frontal view<br />Horizontal view<br />Frontal view<br />
New imaging technology reveals the inner body<br />New technologies enable us to see body organs without surgery<br />Comp...
Frontal cut of a pelvic bones<br />
Medium Sagital Cut<br />
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  1. 1. Human anatomy<br />Basic concepts and classification<br />
  2. 2. Basic concepts<br />Youmost look at internet for the meaning of next prefixes and sub fixes. You have teen minutes, after that time you most give examples for anatomical words that you can explain trough the Latin or Greek root.<br />
  3. 3. Prefixes <br />Sub fixes<br />A, an<br />Algia<br />Ante<br />Bradi<br />Dis<br />Distal<br />Ecto<br />Endo<br />Epi<br />exo<br />Exterior<br />Hyper<br />Hypo<br />Infra<br />Inter<br />Interior<br />Intra<br /><ul><li>Itis
  4. 4. Lateral
  5. 5. External
  6. 6. Medial
  7. 7. Internal
  8. 8. Oma
  9. 9. Osis
  10. 10. Peri
  11. 11. Poli
  12. 12. Post
  13. 13. Pre
  14. 14. Proximal
  15. 15. Retro
  16. 16. Sub
  17. 17. Supra
  18. 18. Taqui</li></li></ul><li>MEDICAL AND ANATOMIC TERMINOLOGY<br />
  19. 19. MEDICAL AND ANATOMIC TERMINOLOGY<br />
  20. 20. MEDICAL AND ANATOMIC TERMINOLOGY<br />
  21. 21. MEDICAL AND ANATOMIC TERMINOLOGY<br />
  22. 22. MEDICAL AND ANATOMIC TERMINOLOGY<br />
  23. 23. MEDICAL AND ANATOMIC TERMINOLOGY<br />
  24. 24. MEDICAL AND ANATOMIC TERMINOLOGY<br />
  25. 25. Anatomy vs. physiology <br />Anatomy. Describe the different parts in the organism in the different levels Cell, tissue, organ system and organism.<br />Physiology. Explain how the different elements in the body interact to be functional, and give life to the organisms<br />
  26. 26. Organic level<br />Group of tissues that made an anatomical and functional entities <br />Systemic level<br />Group of organs that work together for a common functional goal<br />
  27. 27. Anatomical division<br />Views <br />Sagital view<br />Frontal view<br />Horizontal or transverse view<br />Segments <br />Head and neck<br />Trunk<br />Extremities <br />
  28. 28. SAGITAL VIEW<br />
  29. 29. Frontal view<br />Horizontal view<br />Frontal view<br />
  30. 30.
  31. 31. New imaging technology reveals the inner body<br />New technologies enable us to see body organs without surgery<br />Computed tomography (CT)<br />Magnetic resonance <br />
  32. 32. Frontal cut of a pelvic bones<br />
  33. 33. Medium Sagital Cut<br />
  34. 34. Foot Sagital View<br />
  35. 35. Thorax Transversal View<br />
  36. 36. Right Foot Transversal view<br />
  37. 37. Head<br />Skull<br />Face<br />Neck<br />Trunk<br />Chest <br />Abdomen<br />Pelvis<br />
  38. 38.
  39. 39. Abdomen<br />Epigastria<br />Umbilical<br />hypogastria<br /><ul><li>Left Hypochondria
  40. 40. Left lumbar
  41. 41. Left iliac pit</li></ul>Right Hypochondria<br />Right lumbar<br />Right Iliac pit<br />
  42. 42.
  43. 43. Body cavities <br />Cranial cavity<br />Thoracic cavity<br />Abdominal cavity<br />Pelvic cavity<br />
  44. 44. Basic functional units<br />Four types of human tissues<br />
  45. 45. Tissues<br />Group of cells with the same characteristic and have the same function.<br /><ul><li>Epithelial
  46. 46. Connective
  47. 47. Muscular
  48. 48. Nervous</li></li></ul><li>Epithelial<br />Epithelial tissue<br />Columnar ciliate<br />formed by:<br />Membranes and Glands<br />Function:<br /><ul><li>Protection
  49. 49. Avoid dehydratation
  50. 50. Absorption
  51. 51. Secretion
  52. 52. Stimuli reception</li></ul>Columnar <br />Cubic <br />Scales <br />
  53. 53. Connective - Conjunctive<br />Formed by:<br />bones<br />Tendons<br />Blood<br />Adipose tissue<br />Functions:<br />Join structures<br />Support structures<br />Energy storage<br />Defense<br />Blood production<br />Transport.<br />Lax connective tissue<br />Dense connective tissue<br />(ligaments)<br />Adipose tissue<br />Cartilage <br />Blood <br />Bone tissue<br />
  54. 54. Muscular Tissue<br />Main characteristic it can contract.<br /><ul><li>Skeletal
  55. 55. Smooth
  56. 56. Cardiac </li></ul>Cardiac muscular cell<br />Skeletal muscular <br />cell<br />Smoothmuscular cell<br />
  57. 57. Nervous tissue<br />Formed by:<br />brain<br />Medulla<br />Nerves<br />Functions:<br />Transmitter and receive impulse.<br />Control and reaction again the environment<br />

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