- Knowledge of the structural organization of the human body at macroscopic and microscopic levels; - Knowledge of the main phases of embryological development of body structures; - Knowledge of the essential morphological characteristics of tissues, cells and subcellular structures of the human body, with particular reference to the microscopic structure and to the main metabolic processes of the tissues of locomotor and nervous systems; - Knowledge of the essential morphological characteristics of systems and organs of the human body; - Knowledge the main morpho-functional correlates of systems and organs.
Expected learning outcomes
- The student will define the general organization of the human body in healthy conditions - The student will describe the fundamental characteristics of the human body in relation to spatial reference planes - The student will recognize the morphological characteristics of systems, organs and tissues of the human organism - The student will explain the main morpho-functional correlates of systems, organs and tissues of the human body in healthy conditions.
Lesson period: First semester
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