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Anatomy study of the structure of an organism.
Physiology study of the function of the living organism.
Applied Anatomy / Clinical Anatomy application of anatomical study for diagnosis and treatment of disease.
Gross Anatomy structures visible without microscopy
Microscopic Anatomy structures not visible
Surface anatomy structure of surface of body
Developmental Anatomy development of organism from conception to adulthood.
cytology structure / function of cells
histology microscopic study of cells and tissues
Osteology structure / function of bones
myology muscle form / function
Arthology joints that unite bones
Angiology blood vessels and lymphatic system
Neurology nerves
axial skeleton head and trunk - spinal column = axis
appendicular skeleton lower and upper limbs
Created by: pfoose