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Education Courses Anatomy I.

Anatomy I.

Language
English
Nature
mandatory
Method of evaluation
semi-final examination
Year in the curriculum
1
Semester in the curriculum
1
Credits
4
Lectures
30
Practical lessons
45
Allow for
  • Vet EN

Course description

Lectures theme

 

Lectures

Plenary

1.

09. 13-17.

Introduction: the history of anatomy, Anatomical terminology: planes, directions  

Regions of the body

 

2.

09.20-24.

Bones of the trunk Bones of the trunk
3.

09.27-10.01.

Bones of the forelimb Bones of the forelimb
4.

10.04-08.

Bones of the hindlimb Bones of the hindlimb
5.

10.11-15.

Neurocranium Neurocranium
6.

10.18-22.

Viscerocranium Viscerocranium
7.

10.25-29.

General arthology and myology

 

Basics of the dissection

 

8.

11.01-05.

Muscles and joints of the forelimb Muscles and joints of the forelimb
9.

11.08-12.

Muscles and joints of the forelimb Muscles and joints of the forelimb
10.

11.15-19.

Muscles and joints of the hindlimb Muscles and joints of the hindlimb
11.

11.22-26.

Muscles and joints of the hindlimb Muscles and joints of the hindlimb
12.

11.29-12.03.

Respiratory and abdominal muscles Respiratory and abdominal muscles
13.

12.06-10.

Muscles of the head, neck and trunk Muscles of the head, neck and trunk
14.

12.13-17.

Statics and dynamics, the meat as food Demonstration

Practical lessons theme

 

Labs

1.

09. 13-17.

 

Regions of the body

2.

09.20-24.

Bones of the trunk
3.

09.27-10.01.

Bones of the forelimb
4.

10.04-08.

Bones of the hindlimb

 

5.

10.11-15.

Theoretical TEST

Neurocranium

6.

10.18-22.

Viscerocranium
7.

10.25-29.

Practical TEST
Basics of the dissection
8.

11.01-05.

Muscles and joints of the forelimb
9.

11.08-12.

Muscles and joints of the forelimb
10.

11.15-19.

Muscles and joints of the hindlimb
11.

11.22-26.

Muscles and joints of the hindlimb
12.

11.29-12.03.

Respiratory and abdominal muscles
13.

12.06-10.

Muscles of the head, neck and trunk
14.

12.13-17.

Practical exam

 

Exam information

Pin test, with 40 structures. Please refer to the corresponding part of the Student’s guide to Anatomy.