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The course of Splanchnological Anatomy (2 CFU, 20 hours) is held in the first semester of the first year of the Program, and starts approximately at the beginning of October. It focuses on the description of the systems of the splanchnic cavities of the human body. The program also includes a general description of the locomotor system and the structures that make up the central nervous system. The presentation of these topics will follow mainly a systematic approach.
The teaching of Splancnology aims to provide the student with adequate knowledge of the anatomical systems present in the splancnic cavities of the human body, starting from a macroscopic description up to the microscopic structure. Neuroanatomy and Osteo arthro muscular system will also be part of the program. In this way the student will have the basis to deepen specific topics in the field of human anatomy , and more generally to understand, along with the study of other disciplines, the normal physiology of the human organism and pathologies resulting from abnormalities in its functioning.
In the case of the Program of Medical Radiology Technicians, the Anatomy course will foresee additional Innovative Learning lessons, which will promote the following transversal skills:
- literacy-functional competence, advanced level;
- personal competence, advanced level;
- social competence, advanced level;
- learning to learn, basic level.
The teaching activity will consist of 20 hours of lectures, during which, with the use of visual aids, all the topics that require knowledge at the time of the final examination will be illustrated and discussed with the students .
In the sole case of the Program of Medical Radiology Technicians, to optimize training effectiveness, in addition to the 20 hours of frontal lessons, participatory teaching meetings are planned, which involve group work based on the use of 'case study'. This teaching methodology will allow students to work on literacy competence (at an advanced level), personal competence (at an advanced level), social competence (at an advanced level), and will promote their ability to learn to learn ( at a basic level).
Terms of position: anatomical position, planes and lines (clavicular, hemiclaveal, basisternal, subcostal, bisiliaca, xifopubica, spondiloidea), landmarks, reference terminology (cranial / caudal, etc), quadrant of the abdomen;
terms of movement: definitions of the main simple movements, definition of compound movements.
Division of the body into regions and their superficial delimitation.
General organization of organs: Organization of the head and neck. Organization and topography of the organs contained in the thoracic cavity, mediastinal cavity and abdominal cavity. Peritoneum, supramesocolic and submesocolic spaces, retroperitoneal space, extra(sub)peritoneal space.
Osteo arthro muscular system
BONES Head: bones of the head (neurocranium and splanchnocranium).
LYMPHATIC SYSTEM AND LYMPHOID ORGANS
General organization of the nervous system (central/peripheral, somatic/autonomic). Sensory compartment, effector compartment. Gray matter and white matter.
BARBATELLI e autori vari-ANATOMIA UMANA FONDAMENTI con istituzioni di istologia, edi ermes
Principi di Anatomia Umana - Tortora/Nielsen - Ed. Ambrosiana
Anatomia Umana – Martini - EdiSes
Office hours: By appointment contact the teacher by e-mail: email@example.com
Office hours: The teacher receives the students by appointment (to make the request write to firstname.lastname@example.org).
Office hours: The professor receives the students after previous appointment (write an email to email@example.com)
FRANCO FAIS (President)
MARIELLA DELLA CHIESA
FABIO GIUSEPPE GHIOTTO
EMANUELA MARCENARO (President and Coordinator of Integrated Course)
The lessons will start in the first semester in accordance with the didactic calendar
All class schedules are posted on the EasyAcademy portal.
The learning verification takes place through the final examination that aims to ascertain the actual acquisition by the student of the expected learning results.
The student to pass the exam, then report a grade of not less than 18/30.
For this module a 'test in itinere' sill be available.
Students will need to demonstrate:
• Understanding the basics of human anatomy
• Recognizing the role of different systems and organs
The professor receives the students by previous appointment requested with an email.