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Medical Defintions

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Anatomy The structures of the body
Physiology The study of the function of the body
Planes Imaginary lines dividing body into sections or area
Body Directions Terms used to describe direction on body and organs
Body Cavities Space containing organs
Cells Basic structural unit of life
Histology The study of tissues
Pathology The study of disease
Body Systems Cells=Tissues=Organs=Systems=Body
Genetics The study of genes are how they are transferred from parent to child
Cranial Of or relating to the skull
Spinal Of, relating to, or situated near the spinal column
Thoracic Thorax
Abdominal Affecting the abdomen
Pelvic Located in or near the pelvis
Reproductive Produce life
Endocrine Integrates body functions with hormones
Integumentary Skin: Protection
Nervous Transmission of message thru body
Uninary System Removes liquid waste
Digestive System Absorbs food
Respiratory Brings O2 in the body/Removes CO2
Lymphatic Protects against disease and lymph removes waste
Muscular System Muscles movement
Skeletal System bones; forms blood cells
Created by: MAA_Student