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Anatomy

 The investigation of life structures returns more than 2,000 years, to the Ancient Greeks. It very well may be separated into three wide territories: Human life systems, zootomy, or creature life structures, and phytotomy, which is plant life structures.

Human life structures is the investigation of the structures of the human body. A comprehension of life structures is vital to the act of wellbeing and medication.

"Anatomy" originates from the Greek words "ana," signifying "up," and "tome," signifying "a cutting." Studies of life structures have customarily relied upon cutting up, or dismemberment, yet now, with imaging innovation, it is progressively conceivable to perceive how a body is made up without analyzation.

There are two different ways of seeing life structures: Gross, or perceptible, life systems and tiny life systems.