After completing the course the student will be able to:
Explain each of the constituent parts of anatomical knowledge.
Use appropriate terminology to describe different parts of the morphology of the human body.
Based on anatomical knowledge, recognize the differences between normal and a vein.
Use knowledge to interpret above normal physiology and pathophysiology.
Overview: nomenclature, mapping, tissue, devices and systems.
Overview of developmental anatomy.
Overview of major anatomical regions - surveyors.
All systems in particular.
Selected learning experience:
Practical work directed and supervised.
About the anatomy of development issues, the desired goals are:
The basic embryology (prenatal development)
Explain the steps of development to help understand the structures of the adult.
From postnatal development.
Analyze the growth rates of the various tissues in chronological order.
I. Nomenclature and planimetry:
Anatomy and its divisions.
Plans: constraints and sharp, frontal, sagittal and transversal.
Axis: longitudinal and anteroposterior latero-lateral.
Terms of situation according to the planes and axes.
II. Overview of tissues, organs, apparatuses and systems:
Definitions and concepts.
III. Elements of anatomy of development:
Basics fecundation, migration, implementation. Embryo development until the period of gastrulation.
Ectoderm, mesoderm and endoderm. Neural ectoderm. Origin of the different tissues of the adult. Tissue development.
IV. General organization of the human body:
Overview of the major regions anatomo-topographic of the body. Head, neck, chest, abdomen, pelvis and tips.
Epithelial tissues and connective tissue. Ranks, cell types and functions.
Bones: types: short, long and flat. Morphology and structure.
Joints: Synarthrotic, synovial and cartilaginous joints. Characteristics and classification. Mobility.
Muscles: long, short and wide. Tendons and fascia.
2) Functional systems:
Defense and prehension, of standing and walking, the upright position and sensorineural contention. Definitions.
3) Systems of defense and prehension. Systems of standing and gait:
Bones: scapula, clavicle, humerus, ulna, radius, carpal, metacarpal and phalanges.
Hip, femur, tibia, fibula, calcaneus, talus, tarsus, metatarsus and phalanges.
Joints: shoulder girdle, scapula, humerus, elbow, upper and lower radioulnar, radiocarpal, hip, sacroiliac, knee, hock joint.
4) System upright position:
Vertebrae: its components. Characteristics of the cervical vertebrae, thoracic and lumbar. Atlas and axis.
Joints: vertebral body, intervertebral disc. Facet joints.