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    describes the front or direction toward the front of the body; also referred to as ventral

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pathophysiology of pneumonia
Jane Reply
what is anatomy
Ejiofor Reply
The study of the body parts
Joyce
Study of structure of living things eg humans
Nasreen
what's anatomy
Fetia Reply
it is the scientific study of human body structures.
Ahmad
What's ovulation ?
godknows Reply
Ovulation is the release of eggs from the ovaries. In women, this event occurs when the ovarian follicles rupture and release the secondary oocyte ovarian cells.
Nasriya
Ovulation is the release of eggs from ovaries
Malina
how long vagina is
Antony Reply
approximately 10 cm
Edrick
Muscle is a connective tissue
Benard Reply
sure?
Deds
you're right intramuscular connective tissue formed by the 3 layers of the muscle
Deds
hi tanks
Abdulhaq
what muscles
Rukayya Reply
what is anatomy
Ayomide Reply
is the study of body parts
zaituni
Anatomy is a science that deals with the study of human parts and animals.
godknows
Anatomy is the study of the branch of biology concerned with the structure of the organisms and their parts
Malina
what is a kidney
Sailuba Reply
The kidney is an organ whose function is primarily for excretion of extra fluids as wastes.
Nasriya
Yeah your collect
Isack
and ions e.g potassium, sodium, phosphates etc
Meshack
yes nasriya
Bpagan
what is physiology
Rukayya
hello all🤚🤚
Rukayya
i think its the study of all of the processes in a living thing and how they relate to eachother.
Kory
Hello scholars
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hi friends what is heart
aminu
heart is hollow muscular organ responsible bumping of blood our body
Caisho
what is muscle and the type
aminu
muscles is acontractile tissue found in animals
Caisho
types of muscle are three smooth muscle cardiac muscle and skeletal muscle
Caisho
what is the difference between microscopic and macroscopic
Sofeme Reply
Microscopic mean the use of microscope during investigation of sample & macroscopic means observing by using eyes (physically)
Isack
what is nervous system
Marvelous Reply
what are the ten crenial nerves
Taqiyya Reply
what are the differences between endocrine system and nervous system
Taqiyya
okay
surajo
what is ovulation
Patience Reply
is lebour
Hassan
is the release of a mature ovum from the ovarian follicle in to the fallopian ovum
Augustine
Ovulation
Isack
The answer is ovulation
Isack
1. To know the structure and functions of the internal body system. 2. To be able to treat internal diseases like brain tumor and fracture of the bones. 3. To be able to differentiate between gross and microscopic anatomy
Idara Reply
I am fershe i can't speak this topic
Kale Reply
is an easy topic just try reading it over again
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