Clinical Anatomy

Eligible Subject: ‘Clinical Anatomy’

Annotation:

This subject is intended to give an in-depth insight of selected essential anatomy topics in the context of its applied clinical cases.

*Recommended for 3rd to 6th year students.

 

Aim of the course

The aim of this subject is to emphasize and highlight the importance to possess a sufficient level of anatomy knowledge for successful medical practice.

 

Credits requirements: (1 semesters course - 3 credits)

*Full attendance (one absence allowed).

 

Syllabus

The course will take place once every two weeks of 4 hours in 6 seminars during the summer semester.

Thursdays 14:00-18:00 (even weeks)- Starting from the 2nd week of the semester 

The following topics will be discussed:

  1. Nerve entrapment syndromes.
  2. Peripheral vessels variations and anomalies.
  3. Clinical anatomy in the orthopedic practice.
  4. Clinical anatomy in the abdominal surgery practice.
  5. Clinical anatomy of head and neck.
  6. Pediatrics clinical anatomy.
  7. Heart congenital defects.

 

Recommended literature:

Dugani, S., Agur, A. M. R., Dalley, A.F. Clinical Anatomy Cases: An Integrated Approach with Physical Examination and Medical Imaging. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2016.

Created: 25. 3. 2019 / Upraveno: / Odpovědná osoba: MUDr. Azzat Al-Redouan