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  • This is a list of human anatomical parts named after people.
  • The theory of sexual selection has been used to explain a number of human anatomical features.
  • It is specialized for creating biomechanical models of human anatomical structures, with the intention to study their function and eventually assist in the design and planning of medical treatment.
  • As all three of these axes are used in the naming of anatomical structures, and most human anatomical structures are shared by other animals, these differences can lead to considerable confusion.
  • The craniopharyngeal canal, is a human anatomical feature sometimes found in the sphenoid bone opening to the sella turcica.
  • He was a disciple of the famous Italian physician Girolamo Mercuriale and he also worked on human anatomical nomenclature.
  • In 1731, his interest in replicating human anatomical forms and movements stimulated Vaucanson to begin work on his first automaton.
  • The following list of human anatomical structures is based on the Terminologia Anatomica, the international standard for anatomical nomenclature.
  • The detailed list of human anatomical features below is adapted from the table of contents of the 1918 public domain edition of Gray's Anatomy.
  • The current international standard for human anatomical terminology is based on the Terminologia Anatomica (TA).
  • His research addresses the 'origins of modern humans' debate, the interpretation of the archaeological record, and patterns of recent human anatomical variation, principally through his analysis of human fossil remains.
  • Ancient Greeks wrote of cynanthropy (or kynanthropy; from Kynior, dog), which applied to mythological beings able to alternate between dog form and human form, or who possessed combined dog and human anatomical features.
  • In human anatomical terms, the leg is the part of the lower extremity that lies between the knee and the ankle, the thigh is between the hip and knee and the term "lower extremity" is used to describe the colloquial leg.
  • He founded the Character Development League in New York City and, in 1885, invented White's Physiological Manikin, a life-size illustration of human anatomical structure, surgical techniques, and even prenatal development despite the gender being male.
  • It is especially known for its well drafted woodcut images of horse anatomy which were heavily influenced by human anatomical works published in the decades before, especially Andreas Vesalius' De Fabrica Corporis Humani (Basel, 1543).
  • CSF entering the fourth ventricle through the cerebral aqueduct can exit to the subarachnoid space of the spinal cord through two lateral foramina of Luschka (singular: foramen of Luschka) and a single, midline foramen of Magendie (see List of human anatomical parts named after people).