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  1. To inquire into fascinating complexity of human body .
  2. As gateway to careers in health related fields. Mass therapy and Athletics training.
  3. As a foundation to advanced scientific studies.
  4. To know the structure and function of human body.
  5. For understanding pathology of disease and pathological changes.
  6. For determining techniques of surgeries.
  7. To know parameters of normal health.
  8. Factors affecting various physiological processes and its effects.
  9. Overall effective maintenance of individual and community health
  10. The Principles of Anatomy and Physiology to meet the existing requirement and Physiology courses. of introductory anatomy
  11. It also gives values, simplicity, direction and sort of power to the learners.
  12. Human Anatomy and Physiology course and mastering subject.
  13. It also highlight the practical application of anatomical and physiological concepts to students
  14. By studying concepts of Physiology, we know , how the various feedback mechanisms work to maintain physiological processes within a narrow range that is compatible with life.
  15. It is needed to understand how individual structures are related to the composition of entire body Therefore anatomical nomenclature such as regional names, directional terms and planes to sections that enable the learners to precisely describe the relationship of one body structure to another

Anatomic Terminology :-
  1. Body planes and sections are used to describe how the body or an organ is divided into 3 parts :-
    1. Sagittal planes divide a body or organ vertically into right and left parts. If the right and left parts are equal, the plane is a midsagittal plane; if they're unequal, the plane is a parasagittal plane.
    2. A frontal (coronal) plane divides the body or organ vertically into front (anterior) and rear (posterior) parts.
    3. A horizontal (transverse) plane divides the body or organ horizontally into top (superior) and bottom (inferior) parts. This is also known as a cross‐section.
  2. Body cavities are enclosed areas that house organs. These cavities are organized into two groups:
    1. The posterior/dorsal body cavity includes the cranial cavity (which contains the brain) and the vertebral cavity (which contains the spinal cord).

    2. The anterior/ventral body cavity includes the thoracic cavity (which contains the lungs, each in its own pleural cavity, and the heart, in the pericardial cavity) and the abdominopelvic cavity (which contains the digestive organs in the abdominal cavity and the bladder and reproductive organs in the pelvic cavity).