Terminologia Anatomica: International Anatomical Terminology

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La base de données présente la terminologie officielle de toutes les disciplines scientifiques reliées à l'anatomie. Elle est bilingue et s'interroge à partir des termes latins ou des termes anglais. Elle est organisée en deux sections: termes d'anatomie générale et termes d'anatomie systémique.
 

Contents

Anatomia systemica
7
Juncturae Systema articulare
25
Musculi Systema musculare
33
Systema digestorium
47
Systema urinarium
63
Cavitas abdominis et pelvis
72
Systema lymphoideum
100
Nervi craniales Cranial nerves
133
Divisio autonomica Pars autonomica Autonomic division Autonomic part
141
Auris
148
Integumentum commune The integument
154
Index of Eponyms
163
Alimentary system
227
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