The medical anatomy is the teaching of the human body’s structure. It is one of the major subjects in the doctoral program and provides prerequisites for later or simultaneous teaching in a number of other subjects, including Physiology, pathological anatomy and most of the clinical subjects.
The anatomy is divided into the macroscopic anatomy which includes the visible-visible structures and the microscopic anatomy (cytology and histology) that treats the structure of the cells and tissues.

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Symptoms are the body’s mother tongue; signs are in a foreign language.

— John Brown