Bachelor's degree in Obstetrics (to qualify as an obstetrician)

Morphological and functional fundamentals of life - ANATOMIA UMANA

Course code
4S000039
Name of lecturer
Laura Calderan
Number of ECTS credits allocated
2
Academic sector
BIO/16 - HUMAN ANATOMY
Language of instruction
Italian
Period
1°anno 1°semestre dal Oct 1, 2015 al Nov 28, 2015.

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Lesson timetable

1°anno 1°semestre

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Learning outcomes

The course is aimed at learning by the student of anatomic architecture and morphology of organs, systems and apparatus and the functional significance of their overall organization in the human body. A good knowledge of topographic Anatomy and macroscopic and microscopic morphological characteristics of each anatomical apparatus

Syllabus

Introduction to the study of human anatomy. The general structure of the body and the anatomical terminology: anatomic location; surfaces and planes; movements; parenchymatous viscera; hollow viscera; vascular and nervous bundles. Topographic Anatomy: General Organization of the human body: the body surface; cavity; thorax; abdomen; neck; head, arts. Skin: microscopic structure; nails, hair, skin receptors, Sebaceous and sweat glands and mammary gland. The skeleton and joints: general structure of the skeleton. Types of bones. Classification of joints. The skull : splanchnocranium and neurocranium. Description of individual cranial bones. Spine and ribcage. Basin. Shoulder girdle and upper limb bones. Pelvic girdle and lower limb bones. Muscles: muscle tissue types and their functional differentiation. The muscles of the head and neck; muscles of the trunk;pelvic muscles; limb muscles. Digestive system: General Organization: the oral cavity; tongue and teeth; the pharynx; esophagus; stomach; intestine; the pancreas; liver; biliary tract; gallbladder; peritoneum. Respiratory system: external nose and nasal passages; the larynx; the trachea; bronchi; the lungs; pleurae. Urinary system: kidney; renal pelvis; ureter; bladder; male urethra and prostate; the female urethra. Female reproductive system: ovary; fallopian tubes; uterus; vagina; the external genitalia; placenta. Male reproductive system: General information; testicle; sperm streets; the external genitals. Endocrine system: the topography, structure and function of the major endocrine glands. Cardiovascular: General information; heart; arteries; microcirculation; veins; pulmonary circulation; systemic circulation; arteries and veins of large circulation; Fetal circulation elements. The blood. Lymphatic system: lymph nodes; thyme; the spleen; lymphatic pathways. Central nervous system: spinal cord; the brainstem; the cerebellum; diencephalon; telencephalon; description of the main sensory and motor systems. Peripheral nervous system: General Organization; cranial nerves; spinal nerves; the vegetative nervous system. An overview of sense organs: auditory-vestibular apparatus; Visual apparatus.Central nervous system: spinal cord; the brainstem; the cerebellum; diencephalon; telencephalon; description of the main sensory and motor systems. Peripheral nervous system: General Organization; cranial nerves; spinal nerves; the vegetative nervous system. An overview of sense organs: auditory-vestibular apparatus; Visual apparatus.

Assessment methods and criteria

written test

STUDENT MODULE EVALUATION - 2015/2016






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