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Definition and branches of anatomy. preservation methods of the cadaver
Definition and branches of anatomy. preservation methods of the cadaver
Definition and branches of anatomy. preservation methods of the cadaver
Definition and branches of anatomy. preservation methods of the cadaver
Definition and branches of anatomy. preservation methods of the cadaver
Definition and branches of anatomy. preservation methods of the cadaver
Definition and branches of anatomy. preservation methods of the cadaver
Definition and branches of anatomy. preservation methods of the cadaver
Definition and branches of anatomy. preservation methods of the cadaver
Definition and branches of anatomy. preservation methods of the cadaver
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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

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