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What type of anatomy studies structures at different stages of growth? Developmental Anatomy
What type of anatomy studies structures requiring a microscope for observation? Microscopic Anatomy
What type of anatomy studies structures that can be seen with the unaided eye? Gross or Macroscopic Anatomy
What type of anatomy studies the structural changes associated with disease? Pathological Anatomy
Words from what language are uses for the basis of the word "Anatomy? Greek
The person who was considered the main authority in anatomy for 1500 years was? Claudius Galen
The person from the 1400's who made important illustrations based on dissection was? Leonardo De Vinci
The anatomist and physician from the 1500's who is often called the father of anatomy is Andreas Vesalius
The term anatomy refers to the study of structures and their relationships
Created by: anopheles