Describe the features of the structures of the human body and their functional aspects in relation to the morphological organization and illustrate the general principles of the body plan at both the systematic (organs and systems) and the topographic level (regions of the body and corresponding deep spaces). Provide notions on the structural principles underlying the functions of organs and systems, in particular of the head and neck district and the masticatory apparatus.
Expected learning outcomes
Describe the organization of the human body at both macroscopic and microscopic levels in order to understand the functional aspects useful for the recognition of physiological and pathological conditions; integrate the systematic and topographic aspects of the anatomical structures with the clinical dental practice; possess sufficient anatomical knowledge in order to approach successfully the subsequent courses.
Lessons timetable and exams
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