Pet's anatomy and morphology

A.Y. 2016/2017
3
Max ECTS
32
Overall hours
SSD
VET/01
Language
Italian
Learning objectives
Undefined
Expected learning outcomes
Undefined
Course syllabus and organization

Single session

Lesson period
First semester
ATTENDING STUDENTS
Course syllabus
The course will provide basic and applied knowledge of the anatomy of the dog, cat, hamster and rabbit. The ultimate goal is to train professionals with adequate knowledge to properly approach pets in all areas, including commercial fields.

Program of the course:

Lectures, 2 credits (16 hours)
· Introduction to the course, general anatomy with a short introduction to the cardiovascular and respiratory systems of the dog and cat (2 hours)
· Musculoskeletal system of the dog and cat (2 hours)
· Digestive system of the dog and cat (2 hours)
· Urogenital system of the dog and cat (4 hours)
· Integumentary of the dog and cat (2 hours)
· Hamster general anatomy (2 hours)
· Rabbit general anatomy (2 hours)

Practical training; 1 credit (16 hours)
Seminars and supervised practical training on skeletons and models.
NON-ATTENDING STUDENTS
Course syllabus
The course will provide basic and applied knowledge of the anatomy of the dog, cat, hamster and rabbit. The ultimate goal is to train professionals with adequate knowledge to properly approach pets in all areas, including commercial fields.

Program of the course:

Lectures, 2 credits (16 hours)
· Introduction to the course, general anatomy with a short introduction to the cardiovascular and respiratory systems of the dog and cat (2 hours)
· Musculoskeletal system of the dog and cat (2 hours)
· Digestive system of the dog and cat (2 hours)
· Urogenital system of the dog and cat (4 hours)
· Integumentary of the dog and cat (2 hours)
· Hamster general anatomy (2 hours)
· Rabbit general anatomy (2 hours)

Practical training; 1 credit (16 hours)
Seminars and supervised practical training on skeletons and models.
VET/01 - VETERINARY ANATOMY - University credits: 3
Practicals: 16 hours
Lessons: 16 hours
Professor(s)
Reception:
By appointment
Lodi, Via dell'Università, 6, studio 3085