systemic anatomy

sys·tem·ic a·nat·o·my

anatomy of the systems of the body; an approach to anatomic study organized by organ systems, for example, the cardiovascular system, emphasizing an overview of the system throughout the body; distinguished from regional anatomy.
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Integrated comics and Visible Korean movies for laypeople's learning of systemic anatomy. Int.
The former/latter learned systemic anatomy in the second semester of the first/fourth year and then learned regional anatomy in the first semester of the second/fifth year (Table I).
They also recommended adding systemic anatomy to regional anatomy to give Korean students more comprehensive knowledge.
As an experienced anatomist, the corresponding author had already drawn the learning comics "Anna & Tommy" that deal with systemic anatomy. The learning comics were logical and simple enough to be understood even by elementary students (Kim et al., 2017).
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