Human anatomy is a discipline that studies the morphology, structure, location, adjacency and functional relationship of various parts of the normal human body. It is divided into two parts: gross anatomy and microanatomy.
Gross anatomy is a method of dissecting human specimens with the aid of dissecting instruments, and the science of observing the morphology and structure of various human organs and systems with the naked eye. Microanatomy can be divided into cytology and histology. Microanatomy must use the magnification of optical microscope or electron microscope to study the microscopic structure of human microscopic slides.
Human anatomy is an important basic course in the medical field, and its purpose is to lay the foundation for further study of the follow-up basic medical courses and clinical medicine courses. At the same time, human anatomy is also a compulsory subject for subjects such as painting and physical education.