Flashcards in 3 - Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology Deck (117)
The study of the structures of the body
The study of the functions of the body
The microscopic study of the structure of cells
The study of tissue
The study of the structure from egg to adult form
The study of the structures from the time of fertilization through the eighth week of gestation
The basic unit of life
Towards the head
Antibodies are molecules of ___ involved in the immune response of the body
Etiology is the study of ______
The cause and origin of disease
The condition characterized by swelling, heat, redness, and pain is known as _____
In the Western anatomical position, the human body is _____
Standing erect, facing forward, arms at side, palms facing forward.
The pericaridal cavity is located within the _____
The study of the tissues of the body is referred to as _______
A short, severe episode is referred to as _____
The ability of an organism to cause disease is referred to as ______
The human body is an ______
The increase in symptoms or severity of a condition is a(n)______
The ____ plane divides the body into upper and lower sections.
The disease of unknown origin is referred to as _____
Structures that can be studied without the aid of a microscope.
Study of changes in structures caused by disease.
Study of a specific region in the body, such as the head or lower extremities.
Study of the body through x-rays.
Study of the body through observation and palpation.
Study of specific body systems.
The study of nerves.
The study of cell function.
The study of the acute responses and long-term adaptions of the body to physical activity or exercise.