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Anatomy is a subdivision of biology that deals with the structure of living beings. The subject of human anatomy gives students an improved understanding of the systems that make the body work. However, these systems may seem overwhelmingly complex and may leave you baffled as to how they work and relate to each other.

If you are running into difficulties in your anatomy classes, call the Albany offices of Varsity Tutors. You may contact our educational directors in Albany today to find an anatomy tutor to try to help you address all of your problem areas. We may connect you with a tutor who may guide you through these complicated systems and give you a better understanding of the body's structures.

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Albany, NY Anatomy tutoring
The student and I continued to review for her Anatomy and Physiology exam and switched gears today to focus on the lymphatic system. This is an expansive topic, and I can understand why she would feel overwhelmed. As with our last session, we worked based off of her PowerPoint slides and discussed which concepts were important. We also answered any questions she had about the given slide. Some slides we were able to make our way through quite quickly. Other concepts were more challenging (such as the relationship between absorption of interstitial fluid and immune surveillance), so we spent a longer time exploring those relationships. We will continue our review at the next session. I have also encouraged her to contact me over the weekend if she has any pressing questions!
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Albany, NY Anatomy tutoring
This was the last week of the student's Anatomy and Physiology course. We worked on understanding concepts regarding the endocrine system, with specific regard to the hypothalamus gland and thyroid stimulating hormone. The student had difficulty understanding the feedback mechanisms associated with the endocrine system of the human body, and these were covered, reviewed, and reiterated in detail to strengthen the foundation of these basic biological concepts. The student had an overall positive attitude towards learning the concepts, and she seemed to want to focus more on grasping the ideas to increase her knowledge of the human body. We worked through much of her online lab assignments as a way to apply the concepts we reviewed. This was the final portion of her course; she is on Week 7/7 and is submitting her final papers for this course, marking the end of this subject. She mentioned to me today that, since we began our sessions, her grades have markedly increased from a C+ to the B+ region. If she does well on her upcoming final exam, she is on par to receive an A- or A for this course. Great news! This session was overall a win; the student demonstrated in depth understanding of these core concepts, and is continually working to use and apply them to reinforce the academic foundation in Anatomy and Physiology that we've built.
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Albany, NY Anatomy tutoring
We covered the bones of the arm, hand, and wrist; the muscles of the trunk, arm, back, chest, neck, face, and upper/ lower leg. Strategies that we used include mnemonic devices for the carpal bones. The student initially struggled with the muscles in terms of their origins and insertions, but quickly developed ease with the material. I recommended making notecards to help memorize muscle origin, insertion, and action.
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Albany, NY Anatomy tutoring
We reviewed meiosis I and II again today. We then covered chapter 4 on types of tissue. I covered different types of tissue, where each type is found, types of junctions between cells, differences between smooth/ cardiac/ skeletal cells, compact vs spongy bone, etc. I gave physiological examples and analogies that made concepts easier to understand. The student was able to summarize most topics and only needed reinforcement with exocrine vs endocrine glands and secretions. She will be taking her test either on Friday or Saturday.
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Albany, NY Anatomy tutoring
We discussed fluid compartments, osmolarity, electrolyte balance, and fluid dynamics across the capillary wall; action potentials and transmission at the synapse. The student is definitely more confident about what he is studying. Next session we plan to cover electrophysiology of the heart.
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Albany, NY Anatomy tutoring
The concepts we went over today were: nervous systemp (parasympathetic versus sympathetic), P-wave, QRS complex, T-wave, pacemaker and ventricular action potentials, and anatomy of coronary arteries and veins . The student's attitude was fantastic. She learned about translating electrical events into mechanical events. and we discussed her weekly quizzes.
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