ANATOMY I - channel 1

BIO/16 - 6 CFU - 2° Semester

Teaching Staff


Learning Objectives

The course is aimed at studying the main notions on the structure and anatomical nomenclature of the organs and systems of the human body. At the end of the course students will have to demonstrate that they have acquired the basic knowledge combined with an adequate exposition of the concept, demonstrating mastery of the subject and acquisition of the discipline.

Course Structure

Frontal lessons

Detailed Course Content

General morphology of the human body

Study criteria of Systematic and Topographic Anatomy.

Anatomic-clinical terminology.

Characteristics and organs constituting the systems and systems of the human body.

Musculoskeletal system: general information on bones, general information on joints, general muscles, upper limb, lower limb, trunk,

Cardiovascular system: General features of the blood and lymphatic circulatory system. General blood vessels. Heart: location, size and shape; external configuration, cavities and valves. Vascularization and innervation of the heart. Great circulation. Small circulation

Lymphatic system: Axillary region. Inguino - abdominal region. Inguino-femoral region.

Integumentary system: Skin and cutaneous appendages

Textbook Information

Anatomia Umana, Edi Ermes

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