|SCIENTIFIC DISCIPLINARY SECTOR||BIO/16|
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AIMS AND CONTENT
AIMS AND LEARNING OUTCOMES
The Specific Anatomy course for the CdS in Cardiovascular Pathophysiology Techniques and Cardiovascular Perfusion aims to provide the fundamental anatomical notions for the subsequent understanding of physiology and cardiovascular pathologies. The objective of the course is therefore the knowledge of the structure of the different parts constituting the human cardiovascular system and the understanding of how they are interconnected with each other and with other structures of other apparatuses and systems, for the performance of their physiological function. Understanding the course lessons should provide the student with the foundations to be able to explore specific topics of interest in the Cardiovascular System in complete autonomy, as well as the foundations for continuing the study of the Course in Cardiovascular Pathophysiology Techniques and Cardiovascular Perfusion.
The teaching will be carried out by 20 hours of training activities in the form of classroom lessons on the topics of the program. During the lessons moments will be set aside for carrying out work in groups. Attendance is mandatory
Blood vessels and circulation Structure of arterial and venous blood vessels, capillaries structure Systematic Arterial and Venous Circulation Portal systems Portal vein collateral circulation Heart Orientation and external configuration. Heart wall structure Internal configuration Valves Fibrous skeleton Conduction system Mediastinal cavity Topographic anatomy of the organs it contains Lymphatic system, mediastinal lymph nodes Anatomy of organs and structures associated with the regulation of cardiovascular activity a. Autonomic Nervous System Autonomic afferents: Receptor systems Autonomic efferents: Orthosympathetic and parasympathetic divisions, Innervation of the heart b. Hypothalamus Neurohypophysis and Hypothalamic-pituitary tract Adenohypophisis and Hypothalamic-pituitary portal system c. Kidney Internal configuration, vasculature, nephron, juxtaglomerular apparatus d. Adrenal glands Morphology and microscopic structure, vascularization e. Endocrine myocardium
Principi di Anatomia Umana - Tortora/Nielsen - Ed. Ambrosiana
Anatomia Umana – Martini /Timmons/Tallitsch- EdiSes
BARBATELLI e autori vari- ANATOMIA UMANA, FONDAMENTI con istituzioni di istologia, edi ermes
TEACHERS AND EXAM BOARD
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the exam takes place in oral form
The assessment of learning and knowledge acquisition takes place through the final exam, which aims to ascertain the effective student's acquisition of the expected learning outcomes. The student will have to demonstrate adequate knowledge of the anatomical organs associated with the cardiovascular system as well as those involved in its regulation, both from a morphological (macroscopic description) and structural (microscopic structure) point of view.