Seven Organizational Approaches

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Seven Organizational Approaches HCA/220 4/06/2014 Nikki Valencia The Seven Organizational Approaches to studying the human body are Medical specialty, Body System, Microscopic to macroscopic, Anatomy and Physiology, Quadrants and Regions, Body Cavities, Body Directions, and Body Planes. The Body planes and Body directions is the division of the body into sections from front to back, left and right, and bottom to top. These sections are called midsagittal plane, transverse plane, and coronal plane. The approach is often used when studying organs and it’s functions or specific areas within the body like tendons, joints, brain, and lungs. The body cavity is the study of organs in the cavities and the body. The body cavity approach is used when studying to see how a disease affects a organ in the body. The region and quandrant divides the lower torso into four sections and nine regions sections which identify the areas were internal organs are placed. The region and quandrant approach is use when conducting a physical exam of the internal organs. The physiology and anatomy is the study of structure within the body and how it function. This approach is used when studying the structure on the nervous system or cells work. Microscopic and Macroscopic is the study of the smallest parts of the body and how they come together to make larger parts and more complex structures and systems. Microscopic and macroscopic approach is use when studying how cells combine to make organs. The body system approach is the study of the body’s organs and how they function together inside the body. Body system approach is used when studying the bodies systems such as the respiratory system, circulatory system, to see how they function in the body. Medical specialty is the study of the human body for medical uses. Medical specialty is divided into many different categories such

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