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Aim of this teaching is to give to the students: a comprehension of the topographical relationship and macro- and microscopic organization between the different human body systems b anatomical bases for the comprehension of the functional mechanisms of the different systems. General aim for the student is to acquire the full capacity to describe, with appropriate terms, the structural organization of the human body and the relationship between structure and function. At the end of the teaching, the student is expected to be capable of: a to use properly the anatomic nomenclature of the human body and of experimental animals b understand the basics of the anatomical and functional and pathological processes of drug action.
The teaching grade is determined solely on the basis of a written examination 1 hour conducted with multiple choice questions and with at least one open question, and an optional oral examination.
The teaching grade is determined on the basis of the results of a series of home works and a final PowerPoint presentation of a plug-in of the Image J program that was not discussed during the laboratory. For the Imaging module weekly homework sets will be assigned, and their solution will be posted and if time allows discussed in class.
Introduction to the course General and Anatomical Nomenclature Embryogenesis: cleavage, gastrulation The three germ layers and their fate development of the Locomotor Apparatus development of the Digestive System development of the Urinary apparatus development of the Genital apparatus development of the Circulatory apparatus The integument Apparatus: development, skin, skin appendages, vascularization and innervation, the sensorial receptors.
Nervous system: identification, nomenclature, development, spinal cord. Brainstem, cerebellum; diencephalon; telencephalon cortex and basal ganglia. General sensorial pathway. The special senses. Motor tract. Cranial Nerves. Spinal nerves. Autonomic nervous system. Image theory. The digital image: limits, future developments, manipulation. Shooting techniques. Limits and possibilities of correction. The programs for image manipulation. Examples of the use of Image J: morphometric analysis, fractional area, densitometry, three-dimensional reconstructions.
Martini et al. Atlante di Anatomia umana - Zanichelli Netter. Atlante di Anatomia umana -Masson. Welcome and orientation Admission requirements How to apply Recognition of academic qualifications Tuition fees and financial aid Learning Italian. Thesis and graduation Continuing studies Job placement and Internship Diploma supplement. Before you leave home When you arrive Turin and surroundings.
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Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II
Anatomia umana normale