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For each body system, identify which body approach(es) might best be used to organize information. Choose only from the following approaches: microscopic-to-macroscopic, body directions and planes, body cavities, and quadrants and regions. Justify your reasoning.

System Approach Explanation

Gastroenterology

quadrants and regions

Pulmonology

body cavities

Cardiology



Hematology

microscopic-to-macroscopic

Immunology



Orthopedics



Neurology

body directions and planes

Endocrinology

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  1. Neurology : It organizes the information

    The nervous system controls all body functions.

    It receives information from inside and outside the body and then sends out messages to appropriate organs in the body in response to this information.

    The organs of the body that receive such information are known as receptor organs and include the eyes, ears, skin and nose.

    Organs in the muscles and joints provide further information

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