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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As an experienced anatomist, the corresponding author had already drawn the learning comics "Anna & Tommy" that deal with systemic anatomy.
In fact, the learning comics were based on the corresponding author's actual lectures on systemic anatomy for nursing students (Fig.
We worked with all anatomy students of year 2002 (n=86), choosing the unit of systemic anatomy, where two laboratories used sheets and two used cadavers to evaluate each unit.

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