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functional anatomy

[′fəŋk·shə·nəl ə′nad·ə·mē]
(anatomy)
The study of the human body and its parts with emphasis on those features that are directly involved in physiological function.
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The first anatomy course that students take in the PTA program is functional anatomy.
The fourth updated edition of Functional Anatomy and Physiology of Domestic Animals integrates different approaches to domestic animal anatomy from the microscopic level upwards, considering connections between species, systems, and expanded coverage of avian topics.
The book begins with a historical perspective, then covers basic technology for EEG, electronics and electric safety, digital EEG, and functional anatomy and basic physiology as they relate to EEG.
The Pain Review by Steven Waldman is a well-presented and concise summary of regional pain syndromes, supported with excellent diagrams and descriptions of functional anatomy.
Hollinshead's Functional Anatomy of the Limbs and Back (9th Edition).
Functional Anatomy Investigated: Tight Hamstrings, Weak Pelvis
Irene Dowd, author of Taking Root to Fly: Articles on Functional Anatomy for Dancers, has developed a unique approach to injury prevention using neuromuscular reeducation, which she teaches in her private practice in New York City.
The new edition will prove invaluable not only to the wide range of medical and healthcare clinicians, but also to biologists, artists, lawyers, teachers, fashion designers, sculptors, body builders - in fact, to all those for whom a knowledge of functional anatomy is essential in their professional lives.
The sixth edition of this highly successful book contains updates to functional anatomy which has now been totally revised.
Helga Fritsch, MD, is Professor and Head of Department of Anatomy, Histology, and Embryology, Division of Clinical and Functional Anatomy, Medical University of Innsbruck, Innsbruck, Austria.
Ophthalmologists, pediatric specialists, and ocular oncologists from the US describe the functional anatomy of the eye, examination, various disorders of parts of the eye, ocular manifestations of systemic disorders, oculoneurocutaneous syndromes, neuro-ophthalmology, tumors, and trauma.
It is organized by anatomical region and by sport, and also covers basic sciences such as functional anatomy, tissue injury and repair, and principles of examination and treatment to further enhance understanding.

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