Know the basic characteristics of the apparatuses that make up the human body and the interrelation existing between them. Recognize the close correlation between structure and function. Ability to recognize macroscopic and microscopic characteristics of individual organs.
Knowledge of the tissues
Introduction to the Study of Human Anatomy; nomenclature; Generality about the Apparatutes.
LOCOMOTOR APPARATUS: Organization of the skeleton and its functions; Microscopic structure
Long, flat and short bones; Generality on joints. Morpho-functional characteristics
Skeletal muscles and classification criteria.
CIRCULATOR APPARATUS:Microscopic structure of vases.
LINFECT APPLIANCE: Distribution and structure of lymph nodes and lymph nodes. Milza and Timo.
RESPIRATORY APPEARANCE: Nasal cavities, pharynx, larynx, trachea
Oral cavity, esophagus, stomach, intestine
Small and large. Salivary glands, liver and pancreas.
UROPEIETIC EQUIPMENT: Relationships and structures of kidney and urinary tract.
Testicles and sperm pathways. Curtain, tube,
Uterus and vagina.
CENTRAL AND PERIPHERAL NERVOUS SYSTEM: General System Organization Overview
Central nervous and peripheral.
ENDOCRINE APPEARANCE: Site, structure and function of endocrine glands.
SEELEY, STEPHENS, TATE: “Anatomia e Cenni di Istologia e Fisiologia”, Casa Editrice Idelson-