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  • 1. DR. VIJAY T. PATIL MUP’S Ayurved college, Risod, Washim
  • 2. THE DEFINITION OF ANATOMY  Anatomy: The word "anatomy" is the combination of two Greek words, ana="apart", tomy="to cut".  The science that deals with the structure & organisation of the body  Branches:  Gross Anatomy  Microscopic Anatomy
  • 3. Gross Anatomy  Definition: Gross anatomy is the study of macroscopic details of human body structure.  That which can be seen with the naked eye  Kinds:  Regional:  body studied by area  Systematic:  body studied by system
  • 4. Microscopic Anatomy  Definition:- It deals with the study of microscopic details of tissues that make human body.  That which can be seen with the assisted eye  Kinds:  Cytology:  The study of cells  Histology:  The study of tissues
  • 5. Embryology  Embryology (or Developmental Anatomy):- This branch deals with the study of embryo, from single-cell stage to the development of a complete human.
  • 6. Surface anatomy  Surface anatomy:- Surface anatomy, as the named indicates, is anatomy of the surface of human body structures. It is also known as topographic anatomy
  • 7. Radiological Anatomy  Radiological Anatomy:- In this branch, we study the body by using various radiological and imaging techniques. Eg. X-RAY, USG, CT ,MRI
  • 8. Clinical anatomy  Clinical anatomy:- Clinical anatomy is the application of anatomical knowledge to clinical practice. This branch is a more practical aspect of human anatomy and is of supreme importance for medical professionals.
  • 9. Preservation methods of the cadaver Cadaver/ Corpse:A corpse, also called a cadaver in medical literary and legal usage or when intended for dissection, is a dead human body.[
  • 10. For Preservation  Carbolic acid – 1 part  Glycerin - 2 part  Formalin- 3 part  Water - 4 part
  • 11. THANK YOU