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Anatomy & Physiology

      Anatomy of a Normal Spine

      The spinal column is a stack of bones (vertebrae) that are separated by soft pads of tissue (disks). Each of these bones has a canal that runs top to bottom. Together these canals form a tunnel called the spinal canal. Read More

      Anatomy of the Abdomen and Groin


      Anatomy of the Brain

      The brain controls the body. You can move and feel because of the brain. And it is the brain that makes you able to think, to show emotions, and to make judgments. The brain is protected by the skull, tissue, and fluid. Read More

      Anatomy of the Digestive System

      As food moves along the digestive tract, it is digested—changed into substances that can be absorbed into the bloodstream. Food that cannot be digested is turned into stool, which is waste material that is passed out of the body. Read More

      Anatomy of the Ear

      Your ear can be divided into three parts. The outer ear and middle ear help collect and amplify sound. The inner ear converts sound waves to messages that are sent to the brain. The inner ear also senses the movement and position of your head and body so you can maintain your balance and see clearly, even when you change positions. Read More

      Anatomy of the Female Urinary Tract

      Your urinary tract helps to get rid of urine (your body’s liquid waste). The kidneys collect unneeded chemicals and water, making urine. Urine travels through the ureters to the bladder. The bladder fills with urine, holding it until you’re ready to release it. Read More

      Anatomy of the Inner Ear

      The hearing and balance canals are made up of hard bone lined by membrane. The canals are filled with a fluid called endolymph. Sound waves cause vibrations of endolymph in the hearing canal, creating sound messages. Read More

      Anatomy of the Male Urinary Tract

      Your urinary tract helps to get rid of your body’s liquid waste. The kidneys collect unneeded chemicals and water, making urine. Urine travels through the ureters to the bladder. Read More

      Back Basics: A Healthy Spine

      A healthy spine supports the body while letting it move freely. It does this with the help of three natural curves. Strong, flexible muscles help, too. They support the spine by keeping its curves properly aligned. Read More

      Breast Anatomy

      It's helpful to learn about the parts, or anatomy, of your breasts. Then you know what you're seeing and feeling. This helps you to understand what's normal for your breasts. Read More
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