Topographic anatomy

Definition

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The topographic approach in studying anatomy wherein the body is studied based on regions and the relations of the structures contained in that region


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In human anatomy, the body is divided generally into these regions:

The topographic anatomy would therefore be a way of studying these regions one by one.


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