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The course is aimed at learning by the student of architecture and anatomical morphology of organs and systems and of the functional significance of their overall organization in the human body.
Introduction to the study of human anatomy. General structure of the organism and anatomical terminology: anatomic location; section planes and surfaces; movements; parenchymatous viscera; hollow viscera; Vascular-nervous bundles. Topographic Anatomy: General Organization of the human body: the body surface; cavity; thorax; abdomen; neck; head, arts.
Skin: microscopic structure; appendages; mammary gland.
-The skeleton and joints: general structure of the skeleton. Types of bones. The neurocranium and splanchnocranium, general structure: skull. Description of individual cranial bones. Spine and ribcage. Shoulder girdle and upper limb bones. Pelvic girdle and lower limb bones.
-Joint Classification and description of the main.
-Muscles: muscle tissue, muscular tissue types and their functional differentiation. The muscles of the head and neck; muscles of the trunk; pelvic muscles; limb muscles.
Cardiovascular: General information; heart; arteries; veins; microcirculation; pulmonary circulation; systemic circulation; arteries and veins of the great movement; Fetal circulation elements. The blood. The lymphatic system: linph ; lymph nodes; thyme; spleen; lymphatic pathways.
Digestive system: General Organization: the oral cavity; tongue and teeth; the pharynx; esophagus; stomach; intestine; pancreas; liver; biliary tract; gallbladder; peritoneum.
Respiratory system: external nose and nasal passages; larynx; trachea; bronchi; the lungs; pleure.
Urinary system: General information; Rene; renal pelvis; ureter; bladder; male urethra and prostate; the female urethra.
Endocrine system: topography, structure and function of the major endocrine glands.
Female reproductive system: ovary; fallopian tubes; uterus; vagina; external genitalia. placenta.
Male reproductive system: General information; testicle; sperm streets; the external genitals.
Central nervous system: General Organization. description of the spinal cord, brainstem, cerebellum, diencephalon, cerebrum; description of the main sensory and motor systems.
Peripheral nervous system: General Organization; cranial nerves; spinal nerves; the vegetative nervous system.
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|Anastasi et al||Anatomia Umana (Edizione 4)||Ed. Ermes||2012|
|Netter F.H.||Atlante di anatomia fisiopatologia e clinica||Collezione CIBA|
The exam is written and includes the use of multiple choice questions (5 replies to each question of which only one is correct). The questions are 100
For each correct question it is assigned a point and there are no penalties for wrong answer.