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anatomy terms


anatomy science of body structures and their relationships
neurophysiology functional properties of nerve cells
endocrinology hormones and they control body functions
cardiovascular physiology functions of the heart and blood vessels
immunology how the body defends itself against disease-causing agents
respiratory physiology functions of the air passageways and lungs
renal physiology functions of kidneys
exercise physiology changes in cell and organ functions as a result of muscular activity
patholophysiology functional changes associated with disease and aging
embrylogy structures that emerge from the time of the fertilized egg through the eighth week of the utero
developmental biology structures that emerge from the time of the fertilizied egg to the adult form
histrology microscopic structure of tissue
surface anatomy anatomical landmarks on the surface of the body through visualization and palpation
gross anatomy structures that can be examined without a microscope
systemic anatomy structures of specific systems of the body
regional anatomy specific regions of the body
radiographic anatomy body structures that can be visualized with x-rays
pathological anatomy structural changes associated with disease
physiology science of body functions
Created by: ampamp12000