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Anatomy is a branch of biology. This branch of science in particular deals with organisms and their biological structure. Human anatomy, along with physiology and biochemistry, forms the basis of medicine.
 
Some parts that make up the body's structure are incredibly complex. Take the circulatory system, for example, which contains the heart and blood vessels. This system handles a lot of responsibility. many crucial functions. It transports blood, nutrients, waste products, immune cells, and clotting cells. It is also closely tied to the lymphatic system and our immune system.
As you can see, no one part of our anatomy functions completely separate from the others. All the parts of the structure must get along in order for the body to function.
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