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anatomy

 [ah-nat´o-me]
the science dealing with the form and structure of living organisms.
Examples of specialty areas of anatomy and physiology. From Applegate, 2000.
clinical anatomy anatomy as applied to clinical practice.
comparative anatomy description and comparison of the form and structure of different animals.
developmental anatomy the field of embryology concerned with the changes that cells, tissues, organs, and the body as a whole undergo from a germ cell of each parent to the resulting offspring; it includes both prenatal and postnatal development.
gross anatomy (macroscopic anatomy) that dealing with structures visible with the unaided eye.
microscopic anatomy histology.
morbid anatomy (pathologic anatomy) anatomy of diseased tissues.
radiologic anatomy x-ray anatomy.
special anatomy anatomy devoted to study of particular organs or parts.
topographic anatomy that devoted to determination of relative positions of various body parts.
x-ray anatomy study of organs and tissues based on their visualization by x-rays in both living and dead bodies.

ra·di·o·log·ic a·nat·o·my

the study of bodily structure using radiographs and other imaging methods.

radiologic anatomy

[-loj′ik]
Etymology: L, radius + Gk, logos, science
(in applied anatomy) the study of the structure and morphology of the tissues and organs of the body based on their x-ray visualization.

ra·di·o·log·ic a·nat·o·my

(rā'dē-ō-loj'ik ă-nat'ŏ-mē)
The study of bodily structure by radiography and other imaging methods.
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Anatomical bases of techniques applied to surgical and medical practice, clinical neuroanatomy, radiologic anatomy, teaching tools and educational techniques will be the main topics of the meeting.
Journal of Surgical and Radiologic Anatomy, 14(3), 193-194
Richardson, MD, Radiologic Anatomy Teaching Modules http://www.