... to their demise. Although the study of normal anatomy
was already well advanced at this date, De ... devoted to the corrolation of diseased anatomy
with clinical illness.   By the late ...
General subfields within biology
- Astrobiology - Biochemistry - ...
... great cornerstones of diagnostic medicine are anatomy
(structure: what is there), physiology (how ... work), pathology (what goes wrong with the anatomy
and physiology) and psychology (mind and ... after the Renaissance when scientific study of anatomy
and physiology revealed undeniable similarities ...
... feature. Craniofacial prosthetics are not considered as cosmetic because they replace the physical form and functional mechanics of the absent anatomy
and serve a significant role in the emotional stability and rehabilitation of those suffering from facial defects.
Surgeries which can include ...
... from most other imaging modalities in that the tests primarily show the physiological function of the system being investigated as opposed to the anatomy
. In some centres, the nuclear medicine images can be superimposed on images from modalities such as CT or MRI to highlight which part of the ...
During his or her education at The Danish College of Pharmacy Practice, the pharmaconomist is trained in human and animal anatomy
, physiology , pathology , pharmacology , pharmacy practice , pharmaceutics , toxicology , clinical pharmacy , pharmacotherapy , ...
... —and the method for staining and observing them under the microscope , as well as on their evolutionary origin ( phylogeny ), and the comparative anatomy
of the brain across the several classes of vertebrates . In the same period Ramón Carrillo contributed novel techniques for neurological ...