microscopic anatomy

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Noun1.microscopic anatomy - the study of microscopic structures of tissues and organsmicroscopic anatomy - the study of microscopic structures of tissues and organs
anatomy, general anatomy - the branch of morphology that deals with the structure of animals
cytology - the branch of biology that studies the structure and function of cells
histology - the branch of biology that studies the microscopic structure of animal or plant tissues
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gigas tissues, and none detail normal microscopic anatomy, elements essential for conducting a comprehensive assessment.
It examines the microscopic anatomy of the prostate while looking also at its function.
The first textbook with histology material was published by Jacob Henle in 1841 (Allgemeine Anatomie) and next by Arthur Hassall in 1846 (Microscopic Anatomy of the Human Body in Health and Disease), and the first textbook containing only histological topics and knowledge was published by Rudolf Albert von Koelliker in 1852 (Handbuch der Gewebelehre des Menschen).
Comparison of the otoendoscopic and microscopic anatomy of the middle ear cleft in canal wall-up and canal walldown temporal bone dissections.
The human harmonious gait is accordant with golden ratio because the harmonious gait research is not from microscopic anatomy point but from a macroscopic view.
Based on the findings of this study, classroom hours of neuroanatomy alone for chiropractors with 106 hours is greater than the overall hours of microscopic anatomy for allopathic physicians which was 79, 73 and 72 hours in 2002, 2009 and 2012 respectively.
The dorsal ganglion of the wrist: its pathogenesis, gross and microscopic anatomy, and surgical treatment.
Macroscopic and microscopic anatomy of these glands varies widely among different species of mammalian vertebrates [3].
Medical schools have reduced or eliminated many lectures from subjects that were traditionally taught in the first and second years of medical school, such as embryology, gross anatomy, microscopic anatomy (histology), and pathology.