A&P Intro outline

A&P Intro outline - 1. Autoregulation (intrinsic) 2....

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Chapter 1: An Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology I. An Introduction to Studying the Human Body A. Objectives 1. Define anatomy and physiology. a. Anatomy b. Physiology 2. Describe various specialties of each discipline. B. The Relationship between Anatomy and Physiology C. Divisions of Anatomy 1. Gross Anatomy a. Surface anatomy b. Regional anatomy c. Systemic anatomy: organ systems d. Developmental Anatomy - Embryology e. Clinical Anatomy -Radiographic anatomy 2. Microscopic Anatomy a. Cytology b. Histology D. Physiology 1. Cell physiology 2. Special (organ) physiology 3. Systemic physiology 4. Pathological physiology II. Levels of Organization A. Objectives 1. The major levels of organization in organisms 2. The organ systems of the human body and their major components B. Levels 1. Chemical Level 2. Cellular Level 3. Tissue Level 4. Organ Level 5. Organ System Level 6. Organism Level
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III Homeostasis A. Objectives
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Unformatted text preview: 1. Autoregulation (intrinsic) 2. Extrinsic regulation 3. Mechanism of Feedback Loop a. Receptor b. Control center c. Effector B. The Role of Negative Feedback in Homeostasis C. The Role of Positive Feedback D. Systems Integration, Equilibrium, and Homeostasis 1. State of equilibrium (Dynamic equilibrium) IV. Frames of Reference for Anatomical Studies A. Objectives 1. Use anatomical terms to describe body sections, body regions and relative positions. 2. Identify the major body cavities and their subdivisions. B. Superficial Anatomy 1. Anatomical Landmarks a. Anatomical position 2. Anatomical Regions a. Abdominopelvic quadrants b. Abdominopelvic regions 3. Anatomical Directions C. Sectional Anatomy 1. Planes and sections a. Transverse b. Frontal c. Sagittal (mid-sagittal, para-sagittal) D. Body Cavities 1. Ventral Cavity a. Thoracic cavity b. Abdominopelvic cavity 2. Dorsal Cavity a. Cranial cavity b. Spinal cavity...
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