THE EARS

THE EARS ANATOMY The External Ear consists of (a) the pinna or the cartilage which focuses sound, and (b) the external auditory meatus, which is the opening to the canal that reaches from the bottom of the pinna to the tympanitic membrane.…

THE EYES

THE EYES The eyes comprise (a) the eye-ball or globe and (b) its appendages. The appendages comprise: 1. The Eyebrows which are arched eminences surrounded by hairs, situated over each orbit. 2. The Eye-lids (upper and lower)— are two…

GENITAL SYSTEM ANATOMY

GENITAL SYSTEM ANATOMY In the Male—The external organ is the penis; it consists of a body, root (buried in the perineum) and the conical end or glans. The body of penis is composed of two cylindrical corpora cavernosa (the spaces of which…

URINARY SYSTEM ANATOMY

URINARY SYSTEM ANATOMY Urine is a fluid consisting of waste-products picked out of circulating blood. This is done by the two glands known as kidneys situated on both sides of the loins, where the ribs end. A kidney is bean-shaped and has…

RESPIRATORY SYSTEM ANATOMY

This comprises the nose, the pharynx, the Wind-pipe, the Lungs, and the Diaphragm. The nose is a cavity with an anterior and a posterior opening. There are two cavities and two front and back openings, one for each side of the…

DIGESTIVE-SYSTEM ANATOMY

DIGESTIVE-SYSTEM ANATOMY This comprises the Mouth, the Pharynx (which we refer to, under the Respiratory System), the ɶsophagus, the stomach, the Small Intestines, the large intestines, the Sigmoid, the Rectum, Liver, Gall-bladder and…

CIRCULATORY SYSTEM ANATOMY

CIRCULATORY SYSTEM ANATOMY It comprises A central pump (the Heart) A set of out-going blood vessels (Arteries); A set of in-coming blood-vessels (Veins); An over-flow system (Capillaries, Lymphatic). We have finished with…

NERVOUS SYSTEM ANATOMY

NERVOUS SYSTEM ANATOMY In the human body, certain groups of organs or tissues possessing common function are called System. Thus, those tissues or organs that perform the work of digestion, are grouped under Digestive system, and they…

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