general anatomy

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MARS, which has 60 "regulars" and about 120 weekly participants, teaches clients about HIV and the hepatitis C virus, and at the request of peer members expanded that offering to teach general anatomy.
Turns out, although general anatomy is similar, everybody's bodies aren't quite the same.
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Chapters provide information about general anatomy, specific anatomy--hand, upper limb and spine--biomechanics, hand functions, neurophysiology, psychology, epidemiology, occupational disorders, overuse syndrome, focal dystonia, posture, the role of surgery, vision problems, stage fright, rehabilitation with musicians, the handicapped musician, orofacial problems, prevention and "healthy" techniques reviewed by instrumentalists, specifically violinists and pianists.
2] Williams & Wilkins Medical Illustration Library, General Anatomy I.
Thieme Atlas of Anatomy; Volume 1: General Anatomy and Musculoskeletal System, 2nd Edition (online access included)
It accepts prior exam results as baseline images from other suppliers PACS platforms and from numerous modalities; boosts radiologist productivity by simplifying segmentation and analysis; provides volumetric data and simplifies the comparison process between different data sets; supports oncology follow-up with bookmarking and tracking of general anatomy over time and eliminates the cost of dedicated workstations.
A chapter on general anatomy covers the nervous and muscular systems and relates acupoints to features of muscle, bone, fascia, and nerves.
After a review of the general anatomy of the cornea and a historical perspective, sections cover anterior and posterior surgical techniques for lamellar keratoplasty, transitions from optical to tectonic and therapeutic lamellar keratoplasty, lamellar keratoplasty for infants and children, lamellar keratoplasty techniques that may help patients with refractive surgery-related complications, the amniotic membrane in lamellar keratoplasty, and lamellar keratoplasty in artificial cornea.
In the first semester of the two-year program, the courses include Microsoft Office-Beginning, medical terminology, medical records, written communication, and general anatomy arid physiology Among the subjects studied in the second semester are quality management, electronic medical records, human diseases for the health professions and technical reporting.
Table 12: Clock Hours of Instruction: General Anatomy - Microscopic, 2003-04
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