Anatomy is the science that describes the shape and structure of living organisms and their parts. In particular, we can distinguish between animal anatomy and plant anatomy. Human anatomy is the description of the structure of the human body, its organs and their position (topographical anatomy). The human body has four limbs - two upper limbs (arm, forearm, hand), two lower limbs (thigh, leg, foot) - connected to the trunk, respectively, through the scapular and pelvic belts. In the upper part, the neck supports the head.
The skeleton is the "architectural framework" of the human body. Modelled by soft tissues (muscles, viscera, adipose tissue, etc.), it determines their shape.