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Stack #87649

Root & PrefixesMeaning of the word
ab Departing from
ac, acro Extreme, Extremity
acou the science of sound
ad to or toward
aden, adeno resembling a gland in shape
adren toward the kidneys
af toward
cyto before
cyte after
Anatomy Structures
Physiology Function
Types of Anatomy Macroscopic, Microscopic, Development, Pathological, Radiographic, Molecular biology
regional All structures in part of the body (ex: Adbomen, Leg,)
Systemic The gross anatomy of the body study by systems (ex: Cardiovascular system, Digestive system)
Surface What u can see or feel on the skin
Types of Macroscopic Anatomy regional, Systemic, Surface
Types of Microscopic Anatomy Cytology, Histology
Cytology The study of the cells
Histology The study of tissues
Development Traces the structural changes through out life ( Embryology = study of developmental changes beore birth)
Pathologiical The study of structural changes cause by disease (cancer)
Radiographic The study of the internal structures visualized by specialized scanning procedures (ex: MRI, X-rays, CAT Scans)
Molecular The study of antomical (microscopic) structures @ a subcellular level
Created by: Tdunn15