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Facts about Anatomy

The human body is all, well, you. What determines and regulates the physical appearance and physiology of a person is our genetic information, however, external circumstances and behaviors can change the appearance of our bodies and how well they can function and function accordingly on human growth and development.

Facts about Anatomy

The human body consists of all the living and non-living parts that make up the entire structure of the human organism, including every living cell, organ and organ.

Externally, the human anatomy consists of five main parts: head, neck, torso, arms and legs. Beneath the surface, however, are countless biological and chemical interactions that cause the human body’s iron to fire.

What is Anatomy?

Anatomy can be defined as the study of the internal structures and parts of living organisms. In medicine, life sciences and other fields of research, anatomy plays a vital role in helping us know about the structure, characteristics and other various parts of all living things including plants, animals, birds, insects and humans.

Types of Anatomy

  • Microscopic Anatomy
  • Gross Anatomy
  • Human Anatomy
  • Plant Anatomy
  • Animal Anatomy

Fascinating Facts About Anatomy

  1. It was a myth that the human heart is located near the chest, but in fact the heart is not on the left or right but in the middle of the chest
  2. The brain develops rapidly at age 5 and the adult brain weighs 1.5 kilograms (3 lb).
  3. The right side of the human brain controls the left side of the body and the left side controls the right side of the body.
  4. The cornea, the front of the eye, is a separate part of the rest of the human body that has no blood supply and receives its oxygen directly from the air.
  5. Gross anatomy is used for detailed anatomical studies and is mainly used in endoscopy, angiography, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and X-rays.
  6. The human tongue is the strongest muscle, and the jaw is the hardest bone in the human body.
  7. The liver is the largest external organ in the human body and the weight of the human liver is between 1.44 kg and 1.66 kg. It is the only organ that receives two blood supplies from the renal arteries and the renal portal.
  8. The circulatory and respiratory systems combine their functions to allow blood and oxygen to circulate throughout the body.

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