This note is an intensive
lecture, which includes the study of cells, tissues, and organs of the human
body. The lectures correspond closely with the laboratory exercises, providing
the student with various tools to learn about the organ systems. Use of the
microscope, dissection of cat and other organ specimens, and observation of
organ models highlight this note.
this lecture, we will discuss the anatomy of the following body parts: features
of the thoracic walls, The Trachea, Bronchi and Lungs, The Heart, Anterior
abdominal wall, inguinal region, scrotum, testis, Abdominal Esophagus, Stomach
and Small Intestine, Liver, gallbladder, pancreas, and spleen, The Diaphragm,
Posterior Abdominal Wall, Lumbar Plexus and Autonomic Nervous System of the
Abdomen, Pelvis and Perineum, Contents of the Male Pelvis, The Female Pelvis.
book explains the following topics: Cells, Membranes, and Transport, Integument,
Bone Structure and Function, Articulations, Nervous System Basics, Spinal Cord
and Spinal Nerves, The Brain, Cranial Nerves, The Autonomic Nervous System,
Muscles and Muscle Tissue, Blood Flow and Blood Pressure, Lymphatic System,
Immune System, Respiratory System, Digestive System, Urinary System,
Reproductive System - Male and Female.
This note is designed to
familiarize the student with the organs of the human body on both the micro- and
macroscopic levels. At the completion of this note the student should understand
the basic anatomical organization of the human body including the relative
position of various organs, systems and tissues. Some information about organ
system functions will also be included.
This note is accomplished through a study of
the organization of the body’s systems from a microscopic level of organization
to the gross anatomy level. In addition, the relationship between structure and
function will be examined through the study of histological slides, photomicrographs, anatomical models and charts, mammalian (cat) dissection, and
human cadaver demonstration.
This lecture note explains the anatomy of
following body parts: Cells, Tissues, The Light Microscope, The Skeletal System,
Muscular System, Nerves and Nervous Tissue, Heart and the Cardiovascular System,
Endocrine System, Visceral Organs and Reproductive Organs.
This guide covers the following
topics related to Facelift Anatomy: Basic Neurovascular Anatomy, Malar Fat Pad,
Lower Eyelid, Superficial Musculoaponeurotic System, Retaining Ligaments and
Platysma and Anatomic Rejuvenation.