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    • Human Anatomy
    • Introduction to Anatomy
      • Define study of Anatomy
      • Identify the levels of organization
      • Understand anatomical and directional terminology to be used during course
      • Review body cavities and lining membranes
      • Immerse yourself into the language of Anatomy
    • Anatomy (= to cut open)
      • Gross Anatomy
      • Microscopic Anatomy
      • Developmental Anatomy (study of first 2 months of development: _ ? _)
      • Comparative Anatomy
    • Gross Anatomy
      • Surface Anatomy
      • Regional Anatomy
      • Systemic Anatomy
    • 11 Organ systems different organs work together to provide specialized functions
      • Body Coverings
      • Support & Movement
      • Integration & coordination
      • Transport
      • Absorption / Excretion
      • Reproduction
    • Microscopic Anatomy
      • Cytology (mostly EM pictures)
      • Histology
      SEM TEM
    • Anatomy at Different Scales (Metric Scale)
    • Levels of Organization: COHN – 99.5% 99.9% =
      • Generally consider body in Anatomical Position while studied
        • Two other positions: supine and prone
      • Anatomical Directions
        • Anterior vs. ?; medial vs. ?; superior vs. ? . . . Etc. . . .
        • Proximal vs. distal
      Superficial Anatomy
    • In the clinic: Abdomino-pelvic Regions
    • Planes
      • Frontal
        • Think front!
      • Transverse
        • “ Trans” = across
      • Sagittal
        • Especially mid-sagittal
      • Oblique
        • Any Diagonal
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    • Sectional Anatomy
      • 3 sectional planes:
      • transverse ( or cross) section
      • frontal (or coronal) section
      • sagittal section (mid- and para-)
    • Body Cavities Dorsal Ventral
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