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Anatomy Subspecial

Subspecialties of Anatomy

Pathological Anatomy structural changes, from gross to microscopic, associated with disease.
Radiographic Anatomy Body structures that can be visualized with x-rays.
Regional Anatomy Specific regions of the body such as the head and chest.
Systemic Anatomy the structure of specific systems of the body such as the nervous system and the respiratory system.
Gross Anatomy Structures that can be examined without a microscope.
Surface Anatomy Surface marking on the body to understand the internal anatomy through visualization and palpation.
Embryology Anatomy The 1st 8weeks of an individual following fertilization of an egg, in humans.
Histology Anatomy Microscopic structure of tissues.
Developmental Anatomy Complete development of an individual from fertilization to an egg to death.
Cell Biology Cellular structure and function.
Created by: turelaw4u