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Human (Anatomy)

Contemporary human anatomy would be the study of structure and its relation to function in the human body.
The Skeleton
The human skeleton is made of individual or joined bones, supported and supplemented by a structure of ligaments, tendons, muscles, cartilage and other organs.
Your torso consists of two parts — the chest and the abdomen.
Circulatory System
Circulatory System: blood and lymphatic systems.
Respiratory System
The primary function of the respiratory system is to supply the blood with oxygen in order for the blood to deliver oxygen to all parts of the body.
Digestive System
Your digestive system consists of organs that break down food into components that your body uses for energy and for building and repairing cells and tissues.
Endocrine System
Your endocrine system is a collection of glands that produce hormones that regulate your body's growth, metabolism, and sexual development and function.
Urinary System
Your urinary tract is the body system involved in the formation and excretion of urine.
Each of your muscles is made up of thousands of thin, long, cylindrical cells called muscle fibers.
The skin — the largest organ of the body — is made up of a thin outer layer (called the epidermis) and a thicker outer layer (called the dermis).
The small cavity between the eardrum and inner ear conducts sound to the inner ear by three tiny bones called the malleus (the hammer), the incus (the anvil), and the stapes (the stirrup).
Reproductive System
A reproductive systems is the ensembles and interactions of organs and or substances within an organism that stricly pertain to reproduction.
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