Anatomy

Oral mucosa
Anatomy 18 Oct 2009

Oral mucosa

The oral mucosa or "skin" inside the mouth covers most of the oral cavity apart from the teeth. It acts as a barrier and protects…
Developmental milestones at 4 years
Anatomy 23 Mar 2009

Developmental milestones at 4 years

Developmental milestones for 4-year-olds include being able to hop, draw shapes and use a range of grammar. They enjoy playing with friends.
Developmental milestones at 5-7 years
Anatomy 23 Mar 2009

Developmental milestones at 5-7 years

Between five and seven years of age, children improve their reading, writing, speaking and ball skills and independence in dressing and choosing friends.
Developmental milestones at 9 months
Anatomy 23 Mar 2009

Developmental milestones at 9 months

Developmental milestones for 9-month-old children include sitting unassisted, standing while holding on, and picking up small objects using a pincer grip.
Developmental milestones at 6 months
Anatomy 23 Mar 2009

Developmental milestones at 6 months

Developmental milestones for 6-month-olds including being able to reach out, sit up with support, lift their head and follow objects with their eyes.
Developmental milestones at 12 months
Anatomy 23 Mar 2009

Developmental milestones at 12 months

Developmental milestones for 12-month-old children include crawling, walking with support, talking a few words at a time, and picking things up.
Developmental milestones at 18 months
Anatomy 23 Mar 2009

Developmental milestones at 18 months

Developmental milestones for 18-month-old children include attention seeking, walking unassisted, scribbling, repeating words and imitating.
Developmental Milestones at 2 years
Anatomy 23 Mar 2009

Developmental Milestones at 2 years

Developmental milestones for two-year-old children include knowing 50 words, running, squatting, turning pages and drinking from a cup without spilling.
Developmental milestones at 3 years
Anatomy 23 Mar 2009

Developmental milestones at 3 years

Developmental milestones for 3-year-olds include being able to throw and catch, draw and hold a pencil, and feed themselves. They like imitating adults.