The term anatomy was formed by the combination of the ancient Greek words Ana (= inside) and Tome (-Temnein). Shear separation means shredding.
The Latin equivalent of the term anatomy is dissection.
Today, the term dissection is used as a general expression for the method of dividing the cadaver into regions and examining these regions by cutting.
Anatomy in the broad sense: the body’s normal shape, structure; The body is the science that examines the organs that make up the body and the structural, functional relationships between these organs.
In one view, the term anatomy is also considered identical to morphology.
However, the importance of not only the shape but also functional features of the formations, and the detailed, even molecular examination of the intracellular elements in the studies have expanded the limits of the science of anatomy.
Choosing a method in anatomy education that does not take into consideration stereotyped rules and functional connections results in a learning based on memorization and which leads to the forgetting of the acquired knowledge in a short time.
Learning the functions of any structure and its connections with other structures together makes it easier to understand the anatomy as a whole.
Therefore, it is more appropriate to understand the contemporary medical understanding of the functional connections to the diseases or injuries rather than the details of the structures.
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