Introduction Human Anatomy

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  • 1. Human Anatomy
  • 2. 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
  • 3. Anatomy (= to cut open)
    • Gross Anatomy
    • Microscopic Anatomy
    • Developmental Anatomy (study of first 2 months of development: _ ? _)
    • Comparative Anatomy
  • 4. Gross Anatomy
    • Surface Anatomy
    • Regional Anatomy
    • Systemic Anatomy
  • 5. 11 Organ systems different organs work together to provide specialized functions
    • Body Coverings
    • Support & Movement
    • Integration & coordination
    • Transport
    • Absorption / Excretion
    • Reproduction
  • 6. Microscopic Anatomy
    • Cytology (mostly EM pictures)
    • Histology
    SEM TEM
  • 7. Anatomy at Different Scales (Metric Scale)
  • 8. Levels of Organization: COHN – 99.5% 99.9% =
  • 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
  • 10. In the clinic: Abdomino-pelvic Regions
  • 11. Planes
    • Frontal
      • Think front!
    • Transverse
      • “ Trans” = across
    • Sagittal
      • Especially mid-sagittal
    • Oblique
      • Any Diagonal
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  • 12. Sectional Anatomy
    • 3 sectional planes:
    • transverse ( or cross) section
    • frontal (or coronal) section
    • sagittal section (mid- and para-)
  • 13. Body Cavities Dorsal Ventral
  • 14. Body Cavities www.freelivedoctor.com
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