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Navigation of the TNA. Click on the top link titled to begin browsing the main list of the whole TNA terminology.

Or click a red button at the top nodes of the TNA hierarchy to open it. Click a green button on any branch of the hierarchy to close it. Click an orange button to reopen it. On any section marked with an empty button , click one of the or button to access the short or extended version of the list.

Navigation is either based on the upper levels of the partonomic hierarchy or it can be done in alphabetical order of the 22 sections of the TNA. Click the button to the left of TNA alphabetically to open the alphabetical list, and click again to close it.

The TNA partonomy is made up of 4 chapters, each of which is subdivided into a number of sections, which are further subdivided into subsections. There are 22 sections forming the TNA. Then, we access the partonomic lists with a variable number of indented entities according to the partonomic hierarchy.

The 4 chapters are at level 1 of the hierarchy. The 22 sections are at level 2 and 3. The subsections are at level 4. Any list at a higher level is usually subdivided into a number of sub-lists at the next level. The user can select any level 2, 3 or 4 to view the entities. Level 1 and possibly 2 (depending on the size of the chapter) are reserved for navigation.

Navigation of the TAH. Click the button at the left of the node Terminologia Anatomica Humanae TAH to open it.

Then select any available chapter either by clicking its left button to open its subchapters, or by clicking the title button directly. When displaying the subchapters, access directly to any of them, using the or button at convenience.

The chapters of TAH will be progressively added when they have been upgraded to the standard of this terminology and conveniently validated.

Links to Unit Pages The referenced pages in the lists will be progressively created and uploaded on this website. That's about 50000 pages with the need to perform a number of validations. Sorry for the temporary inconvenience.

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central nervous system

meninges

brain

prosencephalon

telencephalon

hypothalamus

diencephalon

brain stem

mesencephalon

cerebellum

rhombencephalon

rostral rhombencephalon

pons

caudal rhombencephalon

spinal cord

tracts of central nervous system

ventricular system

peripheral nervous system

subdivision of cranial nerves

subdivision of spinal nerves

plexus of somatic nerves

autonomic subdivision

sense organs

olfactory organ

visual organ

vestibulocochlear organ

gustatory organ

cerebrospinal blood vessels

cerebrospinal arterial system

cerebrospinal venous system

TNA alphabetically

autonomic subdivision

caudal rhombencephalon

cerebellum

cerebrospinal arterial system

cerebrospinal venous system

diencephalon

gustatory organ

hypothalamus

meninges

mesencephalon

olfactory organ

plexus of somatic nerves

pons

rostral rhombencephalon

sight organ

spinal cord

subdivision of cranial nerves

subdivision of spinal nerves

telencephalon

tracts of central nervous system

ventricular system

vestibulocochlear organ

Terminologia Anatomica Humanae TAH (partial, not fully validated)

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systema arteriosum commune

systema arteriosum cerebrospinale

systema venarum commune

systema venosum cerebrospinale

vas lymphatica

musculi capitis

musculi colli

musculi dorsi

musculi thoracis

musculi abdominis

structura muscularis membri superioris

structura muscularis membri inferioris