International Morphological Terminology: more than anatomy, histology and embryology.

DOI : http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0717-95022015000100063
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Ricardo Jorge Losardo; Nadir Eunice Valverde Barbato de Prates; Manuel Arteaga-Martínez; Richard Haltí Cabral & María Isabel García-Peláez

Summary

The study of the International Morphological Terminology and its implementation in a system of rules is complex. The work done by the group of experts in morphology is not enough. Some aspects that will get us closer to the understanding of this problem will be explained and a way of solving it will be shown.

KEY WORDS: Terminology; Anatomy; Histology; Embryology; Morphology; Medical education; Linguistics.

How to cite this article

LOSARDO, R. J.; PRATES, N. E. V. B.; ARTEAGA- MARTÍNEZ, M.; CABRAL, R. H. & GARCÍA-PELÁEZ, M. I. International Morphological Terminology: more than anatomy, histology and embryology. Int. J. Morphol., 33(1):400-407, 2015.