functional anatomy


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Synonyms for functional anatomy

the study of anatomy in its relation to function

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The book makes functional anatomy easier for students to learn and is ideal for use in exam preparation.
TV with her functional anatomy classes about seven years ago.
It may be useful as a quick point of reference to provide a broad, easy to read outline of a topic, however, it should not be used as a reliable source of contemporary understanding in relation to functional anatomy of the spine.
Functional Anatomy of Hypnotic Analgesia: A PET Study of Patients with Fibromyalgia.
Turns out Hansen, a self-confessed anatomy wonk, works with Irene Dowd (see "Teacher's Wisdom," June 2005), the leading teacher of functional anatomy for dancers.
Functional Anatomy and Physiology of Domestic Animals, fourth edition
Functional anatomy investigated: Many reasons to squat.
Introductory chapters cover historical and nutritional aspects of vitamins, detailed aspects of physiology and functional anatomy, biochemistry, immunology, the regulation of protein synthesis by nuclear hormone receptors, and much more.
These reports made important contributions to understanding the functional anatomy of the human motor cortex and technical approaches to surgical extirpation of cortical tissue.
Her PhD was in cognitive neuropsychology and focused on the behavioural assessment of patients with agnosia and dyslexia and her postdoctoral training was in positron emission tomography and its application to the functional anatomy of language.
I am delighted Timo, Sasikhan, Juan-Pablo, and Karel put together case-based illustrations of the functional anatomy of the intracranial as well as extracranial circulations.
There are 16 chapters, ranging from functional anatomy and basic physiology to muscle degeneration, diagnostic imaging, differential diagnosis, behavioral neurology, rehab, and prevention.
By providing mechanics before functional anatomy, the book helps understanding forces and their effects before studying how body structures deal with forces.
They are the smallest true nails known on record, whether living or fossil," lead author Ken Rose, a professor in the Center for Functional Anatomy and Evolution at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, said in a UF press release.
We used archaeological jaw bones from two different regions to answer that question," explains Megan Holmes, graduate student at the Johns Hopkins Center for Functional Anatomy and Evolution, and lead author of the paper.
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