microscopic anatomy

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the study of microscopic structures of tissues and organs

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Survey of gross anatomy, microscopic anatomy, neuroscience, and embryology courses in medical school curricula in the United States.
Provide first-year (postgraduate year [PGY] 1) residents with the necessary foundation in gross and microscopic anatomy to enhance efficiency and effectiveness on surgical pathology rotations and to develop confidence in developing pathology-specific skills for PGY1 pathology residents.
Anatomy is subdivided into gross anatomy and microscopic anatomy.
Lipton: "The human blood vessel cells I studied exhibited one microscopic anatomy for providing nutrition and a completely different microscopic anatomy for providing nutrition and a completely different microscopic anatomy for providing a protection response.
We could find little literature references concerning the microscopic anatomy of shrews.
Study lead author Patrick Martone and colleagues used powerful chemical and microscopic anatomy techniques to identify and localize lignin within cell walls of a red alga that thrives along the wave-swept California coast.
Review the basic principles of gross and microscopic anatomy that are pertinent to reproductive physiology.
Chapters cover topics including characteristics of passive smoking, biochemical markers of passive smoking, gross and microscopic anatomy of structures involved, and structural, functional, and metabolic disorders of the cardiovascular system.
This is the third edition of Essentials of Oral Histology and Embryology: A Clinical Approach and is designed as a basic information text to help in the comprehension of the microscopic anatomy of the oral and facial tissues.
At the two-year Quinnipiac program, the first year consists of classes in gross and microscopic anatomy, physiology, embryology, histology, and pathology.
Human Anatomy, Radiologic Anatomy , and Microscopic Anatomy were developed in conjunction with the University of Florida, a partnership which has provided access to extensive research facilities.