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Chapter 1 - Welcome to Dr Ted Wilson's Anatomy and...

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Welcome to Dr. Ted Wilson’s Anatomy and Physiology 211 8/28 Primary topics for today: Syllabus and class expectations What is the study of Anatomy? What is the study of Physiology? What do we study in A and P 211 and 212? What is the scientific method? What is structural hierarchy with respect to the human body? How do we use A and P in our daily lives and in the work place?
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How do AP211 and AP212 Differ? 211 is primarily anatomy: location and the words used to describe structures How do we describe what signs people have when they are sick and where the body is sick? 212 is mostly physiology: function and the words use to describe causes of dysfunction How do we describe why we are sick? Remember that AP 211/212 are not intended for persons who are PreMed… Please see instructor if this is YOU!
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How do we study Anatomy (FORM)? Anatomy describes structures and locations Physiology describes actions and interactions Gross Anatomy- Histology or Microanatomy- Ultrastructure- What types of anatomy do we use to study the different aspects of the body? When do we need to use the different methods?
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All persons who work in medicine are scientists. What are the processes used in “scientific method”?
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