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Anatomy and Physiology Overview

Are you enthralled by the framework of living activity and the ways in which the human body functions? If so, there are opportunities to study for an Anatomy and Physiology degree in biomedical science at hundreds of universities across the UK. Such degree courses offer the opportunity to find out more about the inner workings of the human body through the practice of human dissection.

Atoms, and the chemical bonds between them, offer the structure on which all life is based. Anatomy and Physiology are the sciences that study the construction and relationship between different body parts and the collective function of the body and its respective parts. Taking up this subject will mean studying living systems in depth, looking from entire systems to individual atoms. You will explore structure – from a cellular and sub cellular category to the human body as a whole and, considering other species' anatomy, relate the structural to the functional in adults and throughout embryonic development. You will examine anatomical topics related to chief physiological systems such as: nervous, gastrointestinal, immune, reproductive, renal, respiratory and cardiovascular systems.

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Best Reasons to Study Anatomy and Physiology

Outcomes of a higher degree include research within a university or industry environment, the ever-expanding pharmaceutical industries, medicine or veterinary medicine, physiotherapy, dental sciences and diagnostic radiography. Careers in medical science include palaeontology, forensic science, archaeology, sports science and teaching. The majority of universities thoroughly grasp the importance of industry-based and practical experience, meaning you will be able to back up your theoretical studies with work experience placements, a year in industry and practical work within the university labs, whereby you may consolidate your studies of the workings of the inner body through human dissection.

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University entry requirements for this subject are different for each university and might change each academic year. Please contact us to find out more details and guidelines. Our team of educational experts is here to help you.


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