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Preparing a histology slide

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Histology is the microscopic study of tissues and organs achieved by staining, sectioning, and viewing those sections under a microscope πŸ”. Histology is used in scientific study, medical diagnosis, autopsy, and even in the study of fossils πŸ’€.READ POST

What happens during a stroke

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According to the Irish heart association, one in five people will have a stroke in their lifetime πŸ˜”. Stroke is the second leading cause of adult death globally, according to the world health organization.READ POST

Affairs of the heart

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❀️ Ever wondered why the symbol of the heart is so anatomically inaccurate to the real thing?
πŸ₯° How can chemistry explain “What is love?” and the feeling of endearment?
πŸ’” What causes “broken-heart” syndrome?

We like to look at affairs of the heart from a slightly different perspective. Read on to find out more.READ POST

NEW Features to kick off 2021

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Transform your learning in 2021 with the world’s most advanced 3D anatomy platform. Let’s dive in to find out what new updates landed in January!READ POST

4 years in the making: The full female model

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We know you have been waiting for us to release a female counterpart to our male gross anatomy model, and the wait is nearly over! Coming in July 2021, Complete Anatomy is bringing you the much-requested full female gross anatomy model πŸ™β€β™€οΈ ♀.READ POST

Parts of the tooth

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The tooth is made up of three main parts: a crown coated by enamel, a root covered by cementum and the cervical margin or neck where these two regions meet.READ POST

Facts on the Pharynx

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The pharynx is a cone-shaped muscular tube that connects the nasal πŸ‘ƒ and oral πŸ‘„ cavities to the esophagus and larynx. It starts at the base of the skull πŸ’€ and terminates at the inferior border of the cricoid cartilage at the sixth cervical vertebrae (C6). READ POST