Первый слайд презентации: Anatomy
Simferopol, 2020 Ministry of Society and Higher Education of Russian Federation Federal State Autonomous educational institution of higher education “ Crimean Federal University named after V.I.Vernadskii ” Medical college ( structural subdivision) FSAOI HE “CFU named after V.I.Vernadskii ” Kurkchi Meryem 11F
Anatomy is the identification and description of the structures of living things. Anatomy is a branch of biology and medicine which can be divided into three broad areas: human anatomy, zootomy (animal anatomy), and phytotomy (plant anatomy).
Слайд 3: What does anatomy study?
Anatomy is the study of the inside of the body. Anatomy notes the position and structure of organs such as muscles, glands and bones. A person who studies anatomy is an anatomist. Anatomy can be divided into Gross Anatomy ( macroscopic anatomy ) and Microscopic Anatomy.
Слайд 4: What is Gross Anatomy ( Т opographical А natomy ) ?
Topographical anatomy or macro anatomy, refers to the study of the biological structures that may be seen with the naked eye. Gross anatomy may involve dissection or noninvasive methods; the aim is to acquire data about the larger structures of organs and organ systems.
Слайд 5: What is Microscopic Anatomy (Histology)?
Histology is the study of cells and tissues of animals, humans and plants that are too small to been seen with the naked eye. Microscopic anatomy commonly involves studying tissues and cells by sectioning and staining (histological techniques), and then looking at them under an electron or light microscope.
Слайд 6: Human anatomy
Human anatomy is the study of the structures of the human body. Most health care related studies require some or extensive training in gross anatomy and histology.
Слайд 7: methods of histology
Microscopy Morphometry Histochemistry Т issue culture ( For study living cells).
Слайд 8: How is microscopic anatomy different from macroscopic?
M icroscopic anatomy is the study with a microscope. Macroscopic anatomy is observation, examination of the body with the naked eye. Medical students will be required to do practical anatomical work, which involves dissection and inspecting cadavers.