gross anatomy


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Related to gross anatomy: developmental anatomy, regional anatomy, microscopic anatomy, microanatomy, systemic anatomy

gross anatomy

[′grōs ə′nad·ə·mē]
(anatomy)
Anatomy that deals with the naked-eye appearance of tissues.
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Before anatomy coursework begins, instructors and emergency care providers should be notified of any students who will wear contact lenses during gross anatomy laboratory sessions.
This second edition also contains a new intro chapter on the development of the head and neck, covering material usually treated in dental school courses on gross anatomy.
Anatomy is subdivided into gross anatomy and microscopic anatomy.
This text on gross anatomy can be used in a variety of professional programs, such as medical, dental, and chiropractic programs, by students in traditional, systemic, combined traditional/systemic, and problem-based curricula.
Patterson's approach to gross anatomy is part of a national trend toward more sensitivity in the lab, said Arthur Dalley, president-elect of the American Association of Clinical Anatomists.
The Medical University of South Carolina, working closely with IET staff, will utilize EcaFlo[R] Anolyte in its gross anatomy labs, animal research labs and in the College of Dental Medicine.
All gross anatomy terms in this edition reflect the most recent anatomical nomenclature approved by the Federative Committee on Anatomical Terminology, and 24 appendices have been added, on topics like abbreviations and acronyms, classifications of diseases and conditions, charting, and guidelines for infection control.
This fifth edition of a well-known text and atlas of gross anatomy maintains the combination of concise yet comprehensive text with high-quality, color dissection photos accompanied by clearly labeled line drawings for each photo.
The content is organised into sections covering light-microscopic neurohistology, electron-microscopic neurohistology, skull-meninges-spinal cord, gross anatomy of the brain, sectional anatomy of the brain, and brain imaging.
To complement her massage studies, Perkovich also studied gross anatomy and biological sciences.
Designed as a study guide for the USMLE but also useful as a refresher and course supplement, this compact treatment covers a range of topics, including development, gross anatomy, blood supply, cytology, the spinal cord, the brain stem, the cerebellum, basal ganglia, diencephalon and limbic systems, visual system, papillary reflexes, the cerebral cortex and higher functions.