Department of Physiology



Human Physiology is the branch of science that describes the functioning of the structure of human beings seen with the eye and microscope. It is the science of life. It is to study on the philosophy of life. The human body is 56% liquid. It describes the amount of fluid, its distribution to parts, composition and functions. The smallest living unit is the cell. Physiology describes the functioning of tissues, organs and systems starting from the cell. What does the heart do? What is the function of the lungs? What do the stomach, intestines, and kidneys do? It describes all kinds of movements in the human body and how they are organized. It refers to higher functions such as speaking, thinking, writing, recording information and recalling it when needed. It explains the mechanism of the eye to see and the ear to hear. In short, physiology is learning about oneself. There is no medical education without physiology.

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