Anatomy, physiology & pathology (B1)
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|HESA Subject||Description||CUG Subject|
|Anatomy, physiology & pathology (B100)||The study of the human body and how it is affected by disease. Includes study at cellular and molecular levels.||Anatomy & Physiology|
|Anatomy (B110)||The scientific study of the structure and function of the human body, including tissues, organs and systems.||Anatomy & Physiology|
|Physiology (B120)||The study of the function and behaviour of the human body, including subjects such as respiration, circulation, digestion, excretion, reproduction and neuroscience.||Anatomy & Physiology|
|Clinical physiology (B121)||The study of the major physiology systems in humans, measurement techniques in their normal and abnormal function, and their use in the diagnosis and treatment of disease.||Anatomy & Physiology|
|Pathology (B130)||The study of the nature, causes and development of human diseases, and the mechanisms of disease infestation and transfer.||Anatomy & Physiology|
|Cellular pathology (B131)||The study of the effects and nature of diseases in cellular structures.||Anatomy & Physiology|
|Pathobiology (B132)||The study of the biological nature of diseases.||Anatomy & Physiology|
|Neuroscience (B140)||The study of the anatomy, physiology, biophysics, biochemistry, molecular biology, pharmacology and behaviour of human nerve cells and nervous systems.||Anatomy & Physiology|
|Physiotherapy (B160)||The study of the planning and execution of treatment programmes to prevent or remedy physical dysfunction, relieve pain and prevent further disability.||Physiotherapy|
|Podiatry (B170)||The study of the diagnosis and management of pathologies of the lower limb and foot.||Anatomy & Physiology|
|Anatomy, physiology & pathology not elsewhere classified (B190)||Miscellaneous grouping for related subjects which do not fit into other Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology categories. To be used sparingly.||Anatomy & Physiology|