Human Anatomy 11
|Faculty/School:||Faculty of Health Sciences & Medicine, School of Health Sciences|
|Credit Value:||10 credit points|
|Subject Enquiries:||Health Sciences & Medicine|
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|Study Abroad availability:||Available to Study Abroad students|
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To provide an introduction to the anatomy of the human body with particular emphasis in relating structure to function so that concepts can be related to applied anatomy. This is an essential and central component of any degree in Human Anatomy. This course will build on the knowledge gained from the pre-requisite subject (HUMAN ANATOMY I). The major systems (respiratory, cardiovascular, gastrointestinal, urogenital and central nervous systems) of the body will be examined so that normal anatomical relationships between organs and tissues can be understood. The knowledge and concepts gained will then be used to understand the importance of these relationships from an applied anatomical point of view.
BMED71-222 Human Anatomy I
At the end of Human Anatomy II, the student would be able to demonstrate an understanding of anatomical structure and function of each body system examined (respiratory, cardiovascular, gastrointestinal, urogenital and central nervous systems); demonstrate an understanding of the anatomical relationships between the major systems examined; demonstrate a knowledge of normal anatomy of the major systems, and an appreciation of some applied anatomy/pathology; identify relevant surface anatomy landmarks and understand how they apply to underlying structures; demonstrate an appreciation of various anatomical imaging techniques and describe the body and its functions using correct anatomical terminology.