THE TWO SIZE-WORLDS OF ANATOMY in .NET

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Perhaps you remember (from 3) that the broad discipline of anatomy (body structure) can be subdivided into two main sections These are microscopic anatomy on the one hand, and macroscopic or gross anatomy on the other:
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ANATOMY MICROSCOPIC MACROSCOPIC = + (all body structures) ANATOMY (GROSS) ANATOMY
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Fig 61 An introduction to the Great Body Pyramid
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Disorders of Cells and Tissues
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Fig 62 The nine levels of body organization and the Life-line
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Each of these two broad subdivisions is, in effect, its own size-world ! Microscopic anatomy is the world of the (micr), while macroscopic or gross anatomy is the world of the (macr) [Memory probe: Using your memory of word parts presented in 3, try to ll in the blanks within the preceding sentence, writing their common English translations Answers will directly follow! By the way: How is your memory doing Do you need to take more pills ] 3 talked about various types of creatures whose name includes the root for tiny (micr) Speci cally, these were microbes or microorganisms (A related book, BIOLOGY DEMYSTIFIED, eshes out this tiny world This helps us understand a great variety of nonhuman microorganisms studied in microbiology) In MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY DEMYSTIFIED, of course, our focus is on the levels of microanatomy (MY-kroh-ah-NAT-oh-mee) that are contained within the human organism The tiny world is unicellular (you-nee-SEL-you-lar) single-celled Thus, microscopic anatomy (microanatomy) must be examined with the aid of a microscope (or some other type of special instrument) This fact is reinforced by Figure 63 To summarize:
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Fig 63 Microscopic levels of the Great Body Pyramid
MICROSCOPIC = levels of tiny body structures that ANATOMY must be studied with a microscope (micro(or some other type of instrument) anatomy) = subatomic particles + atoms + molecules + organelles + cells Note that the Life-line (cell level) within Figure 63 is tagged with a speci c example a cardiac (KAR-dee-ak) or referring to (-ac) the heart (cardi) muscle ber (This is actually a long, slender, cardiac muscle cell that has a ber shape) Above the cell level, in dramatic contrast, lies the big (Macr) world of macroscopic or gross anatomy (Figure 64) Observe that this big world starts with the tissue level It then proceeds on up, until the organism (entire human body) level at the very pointy tip of the Great Body Pyramid is nally reached The big world is multicellular ( many-celled ) Hence, gross anatomy is visible to the naked eye To summarize: MACROSCOPIC = multicellular levels of big body (GROSS) structures visible to the naked eye ANATOMY = tissues + organs + organ systems + organism
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Fig 64 Macroscopic levels of the Great Body Pyramid
BIOLOGICAL ORDER AND CLINICAL HEALTH
Good Hippocrates! you may now be saying to yourself I thought this book was all about demystifying medical terminology! So, why is it that we are spending so much time discussing the levels of normal anatomy Good question! The reason is that, in general, normal anatomy (body structure) and normal physiology (body function) are examples of biological order And biological order, in turn, usually results in a state of clinical health (no observed disease) Now:
BIOLOGICAL ORDER Therefore: NORMAL ANATOMY
A PARTICULAR PATTERN WITHIN THE HUMAN BODY
A PARTICULAR PATTERN OF BODY STRUCTURE
and: NORMAL PHYSIOLOGY A PARTICULAR PATTERN OF LIVING BODY FUNCTION
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Fig 65 Some distinct patterns of order
So normal A&P (anatomy and physiology) is mainly about intact patterns of body structure and function Figure 65 provides some examples of intact patterns of order [Thinking probe: What examples of normal anatomy are provided in Figure 65 What are the examples of normal physiology ] The top row in Figure 65 shows a dark, wavy line This line represents normal physiology in the important state called homeostasis (hoh-me-oh-STAY-sis) The root, homeo, means sameness, while the suf x -stasis denotes control of Hence, homeostasis is literally a control of sameness or a relative constancy of various aspects of the body s internal environment Suppose, for instance, that we are considering oral body temperature, which is often measured in units of degrees Fahrenheit ( F ) We can call oral body temperature in degrees Fahrenheit a physiological parameter (pah-RAM-uh-ter) Figure 66 provides a labeled example of homeostasis (relative constancy) of the oral body temperature parameter Because the wavy line rises only up to an upper normal limit of 996 F and falls down only to a lower normal limit
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