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Anatomy Levels:

A field of biological sciences in which the work to get the description and do the identification of the living things body structures is known as Anatomy.

Commonly the Anatomy and the Physiology are similar in some manner, but the difference between both of them is this that in Anatomy we study about the structure of the body but in Physiology we concentrate on the function of the body.

Types of Anatomy:

  • Clinical Anatomy (Applied)
  • Comparative Anatomy
  • Developmental Anatomy (Embryology)
  • Gross/ Cadaveric Anatomy
  • Living Anatomy
  • Microscopic Anatomy (Histology)
  • Neuron anatomy
  • Radiographic Anatomy
  • Sectional Anatomy
  • Surface (Topographic) Anatomy

How to Study Anatomy:

Here we have two ways which are used to get the information about Anatomy:

Regional Anatomy:

In Regional Anatomy at a time,we study only one region of the body and then learn each and every information about that region

Systemic Anatomy:

In Systemic Anatomy at a time we study one body system. Usually in the courses we use the Systemic Anatomy approach to study.

Levels of Anatomy:

Chemical level:

The level, which includes the atoms and organized it into molecules is called chemical level anatomy. For example: glucose, DNA

Cellular level:

The basic functional and structural living units an organism is a Cellular level molecules. For example: nerve cells, muscle cells, blood cells

Tissue level:

For performing a particular function these cells are organized into tissues. For example: muscle,epithelial, nervous tissues, and connective

Organ level:

The structures which are composed of two or more different kinds of tissues, which performs a specific function with a recognizable shape are called organ level. For example: lungs, liver, heart, brain, stomach.

Organ-system level:

System level consists the related organs with a function which is common. For example: absorbs food, salivary glands, stomach, large intestine, gallbladder,digestive system which breaks down, includes the mouth,esophagus,small intestine,liver,pancreas.

Organismal level:

In organismal level all the systems are physicallycombined and function accommodatingly to establish the total organism. For example: the human body. We are Human Anatomy Models Manufacturers and Suppliers.

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