anatomy

A.Y. 2019/2020
4
Max ECTS
40
Overall hours
SSD
BIO/16 BIO/17
Language
Italian
Learning objectives
To know the characteristics of the cells and tissues of the human body. To know their spatial organization in the different organs and systems.
Expected learning outcomes
The student will describe the characteristics of different cells and tissues of the human body as well as their spatial organization in the different organs and systems.
Course syllabus and organization

Single session

Prerequisites for admission
No prior knowledge required
Assessment methods and Criteria
The assessment of learning outcomes consists of a written test, taking place during specific exam sessions, as per the Rules. The test includes multiple choice questions.
All the modules comprised in the teaching contribute equally to determining the final mark, expressed on a scale of 30.
No intermediate or early exam sessions are planned.
Teaching materials or notes are not allowed for consultation during testing.
The results are published on the ARIEL website of the course of study.
The Teacher in charge of the teaching provides the final verbalization according to the UNIMI model.
Anatomia umana
Course syllabus
CONSTRUCTIVE PRINCIPLES OF THE HUMAN BODY
Body scheme; anatomical terminology; spaces, cavities and body regions; organs, systems, apparata.

TEGUMENTARY APPARATUS
General information on the skin and skin appendages.

LOCOMOTOR APPARATUS
General information on bones, joints, muscles; morphological and functional aspects of the axial and appendicular skeleton; joints of the human body; head, trunk and limb muscles.

NERVOUS APPARATUS
Central nervous system: spinal cord; encephalon: brainstem, cerebellum, diencephalon, telencephalon; meninges; cerebrospinal fluid; main pathways.
Peripheral nervous system: cranial nerves, spinal nerves and plexuses: content and innervation territory; sympathetic nervous system: general organization.
Special sense organs:
taste, olfactory, visual, auditory and vestibular apparatus: general organization.

CIRCULATORY SYSTEM
Organization of the cardiovascular system; heart; main arterial vessels and distribution; main veins and drainage; general information on the lymphatic circulatory system including bone marrow and spleen.

General features of the functional and topographical aspects of the organs of the splanchnic apparata, in particular of the digestive, respiratory and urinary systems.
Teaching methods
The teaching consists of frontal classroom lessons, scheduled according to a timetable sent to the students
Teaching Resources
Ambrosi G. et al. Anatomia dell'uomo. 2006, Edi.Ermes, Milano.
- Martini F.H. et al. Anatomia umana. 2012, EdiSES, Napoli.
- Tillman B. Atlante di anatomia - Odontoiatria e Medicina. 1997, RC Edizioni Scientifiche, Milano.
Istologia
Course syllabus
Cytology and histology
Teaching methods
The teaching consists of frontal classroom lessons, scheduled according to a timetable sent to the students
Teaching Resources
Ambrosi G. et al. Anatomia dell'uomo. 2006, Edi.Ermes, Milano.
- Martini F.H. et al. Anatomia umana. 2012, EdiSES, Napoli.
- Tillman B. Atlante di anatomia - Odontoiatria e Medicina. 1997, RC Edizioni Scientifiche, Milano.
Anatomia umana
BIO/16 - HUMAN ANATOMY - University credits: 3
Lessons: 30 hours
Istologia
BIO/17 - HISTOLOGY - University credits: 1
Lessons: 10 hours
Professor: Paino Francesca