Lecture 1 - as cells and tissues 1. Cytology - study of cell

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Anatomy 1 Lecture 1 : Anatomical Terminology and Medical Imaging I. Levels of Organization of Organisms A. atoms (elements of periodic table) B. molecules (proteins, lipids, carbohydrates, nucleic acid) C. cells (epithelial, bone, muscle, nervous) D. tissues (epithelial, connective, muscular) E. organ (stomach, heart, brain, lung) F. organ system (muscular, skeletal, digestive, nervous) G. whole organism (each different species) II. Anatomy - the study of the structures of an organism A. Gross Anatomy - structures as seen by unaided eye B. Developmental Anatomy - study of the anatomy of the developing organism 1. Embryology - fertilization to third month of fetus C. Histology ("tissues" "to study") - structures that can be seen with the microscope such
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Unformatted text preview: as cells and tissues 1. Cytology - study of cell structure/function D. Systemic Anatomy- study of individual organ system E. Regional Anatomy- study of structures in particular area F. Pathology ("disease" "to study") - study of changes in structure due to disease/injury III. Structure - Function Relationships A. Anatomy - study of structure Physiology - study of function Anatomy 1 B. Structure determines Function Function determines Structure C. Charles Darwin - "Origin of the Species" (1858) - Changes in structure affect function: basis of evolution of all organisms Anatomy 1...
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Lecture 1 - as cells and tissues 1. Cytology - study of cell

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