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Anatomy II

Code: MI105     Acronym: ANAT2

Keywords
Classification Keyword
OFICIAL Medicine

Instance: 2009/2010 - 2S

Active? Yes
Responsible unit: Institute of Anatomy
Course/CS Responsible: Master Degree in Medicine

Cycles of Study/Courses

Acronym No. of Students Study Plan Curricular Years Credits UCN Credits ECTS Contact hours Total Time
MIMED 577 Mestrado Integrado em Medicina 2007 1 - 8 80 216

Teaching language

Portuguese

Objectives

General Objective: To provide information, and in so doing facilitate learning, regarding the different structures that constitute the several systems of the human body.

Program

Lectures: General anatomy of the respiratory and digestive systems and the topographical organization of their components. Organogenesis of the thoracic organs and of the coelomic cavities. Organogenesis of the abdominal viscera. Nose. Nasal cavities and perinasal sinuses. Mouth and salivary glands. Thyroid gland and parathyroid glands. Autonomic nervous system. Pharynx and esophagus. Deglutition. Larynx and trachea. Phonation. Lungs and pleurae. Heart. Pericardium. Thoracic aorta and its branches. Pulmonary trunk and its branches. Superior vena cava. Brachiocephalic veins. Esophagus. Stomach. Duodenum. Organogenesis of the heart and great vessels. Great thoracic vessels and their branches. Mediastinum. General anatomy of the peritoneum. Stomach. Small and large bowel. Liver and biliary tracts. Pancreas and pancreatic ducts. Spleen. Abdominal aorta and its branches. System of the inferior cava vein and azygos. General anatomy and organogenesis of the urogenital system. Topographical anatomy of the retroperitoneal region. Reproductive system of the female. Topographical anatomy of the female pelvis. Reproductive system of the male. Topographical anatomy of the male pelvis. Lymphatic system.
Practical sessions: Nose. Nasal cavaties. Perinasal sinuses. Nasopharynx. Mouth and salivary glands. Oropharynx. Laringopharynx. Larynx. Thyroid gland. Trachea. Bronchi. Lungs. Pleurae. Autonomic nervous system. Heart. Coronary arteries and veins. Coronary sinus. Pericardium. Jejunum and ileum. Large bowel. Peritoneal folds. Liver and biliary tracts. Pancreas and pancreatic ducts. Spleen. Abdominal aorta and its branches. Inferior vena cava and its tributaries. Azygos system. Abdominal Peritoneum. Kidney. Urethra. Bladder. Suprarenal glands. Reproductive system of the female. Reproductive system of the male. Internal iliac artery and its branches. Internal iliac vein and its tributaries. Pelvic organs and pelvic peritoneum.

Teaching methods and learning activities

Lectures (2 hours/week); Practical sessions (4 hours/week).

Evaluation Type

Evaluation with final exam

Eligibility for exams

Practical Exam, which consists in the identification of anatomical structures. There will be 25 structures to be identified. These will be arranged in pairs, for the students to identify each group of two structures in 1 minute. To obtain the classification of 10 (scale: 0-20), they will need to identify 19 structures, corresponding the classification of 20 for the correct identification of the 25 structures. The intermediate marks will be calculated proportional to the number of structures identified. The students will be admitted to the theoretical exam if they have obtained 10 in the practical exam.
Theoretical exam consists of 50 short answer questions. The minimum classification of 10 has to be obtained.
Once these exams are done, a preliminary classification will be obtained (C) through the following formula: C = P + 3T/4.
The students who will obtain the final classification of Very Good (18, 19 or 20) will have to do an oral exam, being the classification of 17 values assured. This does not apply to the students with a classification ranging 10-17 and who request an oral exam to improve their grade. All the students in these conditions can apply for an oral exam.

Observations

Bibliography:
GRAY’S ANATOMY (39th Edition; the 36th ª, 37th e 38th Editions are acceptable); S. Standring (ed.), Elsevier Churchill Livingstone, 2005. GRAY’S ANATOMY FOR STUDENTS (1st Edition); R. L. Drake, W. Vogl, A. W. M. Mitchell (eds.) Elsevier Churchill Livingstone, 2005.
Other books: A.D.A.M. - Student Atlas of Anatomy - Todd R. Olson, Williams & Wilkins, 1996; McMINN'S - Colour Atlas of Human Anatomy (4th Edition) - P. H. Abrahams, R. T. Hutchings and S. C. Marks Jr., Mosby, London, 1998.
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