Organ Anatomy Outline: Ovaries

Question description
You should employ scientific sources/literature including review articles in your research on the topic (Ovaries) and be sure to use the AMA format. This paper but it should be detailed, comprehensive, well-organized and should have the appropriate language for scientific communication. The paper should be 6 pages long excluding the reference page.
Organ Anatomy Outline: Ovaries
-Introduction
-Size, Dimensions, Shape
-Surface Anatomy/ Landmarks
-Boundaries/ Relations
-Parts/ Divisions/ Layers/ Composition
-Supporting Structures
-Surgical Access To Organ
-Blood Supply/ Drainage
-Innervation
-Lymphatic Drainage
-Histology/ Microscopic Anatomy
-Embryology; Developmental Anatomy
-Normal and Pathologic Variants
-Normal Organ Physiology
You should employ scientific sources/literature including review articles in your research on the topic (Ovaries) and be sure to use the AMA format. This paper but it should be detailed, comprehensive, well-organized and should have the appropriate language for scientific communication. The paper should be 6 pages long excluding the reference page.
Question description
You should employ scientific sources/literature including review articles in your research on the topic (Ovaries) and be sure to use the AMA format. This paper but it should be detailed, comprehensive, well-organized and should have the appropriate language for scientific communication. The paper should be 6 pages long excluding the reference page.
Organ Anatomy Outline: Ovaries
-Introduction
-Size, Dimensions, Shape
-Surface Anatomy/ Landmarks
-Boundaries/ Relations
-Parts/ Divisions/ Layers/ Composition
-Supporting Structures
-Surgical Access To Organ
-Blood Supply/ Drainage
-Innervation
-Lymphatic Drainage
-Histology/ Microscopic Anatomy
-Embryology; Developmental Anatomy
-Normal and Pathologic Variants
-Normal Organ Physiology
-Introduction
-Size, Dimensions, Shape
-Surface Anatomy/ Landmarks
-Boundaries/ Relations
-Parts/ Divisions/ Layers/ Composition
-Supporting Structures
-Surgical Access To Organ
-Blood Supply/ Drainage
-Innervation
-Lymphatic Drainage
-Histology/ Microscopic Anatomy
-Embryology; Developmental Anatomy
-Normal and Pathologic Variants
-Normal Organ Physiology

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