人体解剖学I(留学生班)
 
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Human anatomy (I)
2006 (Fall and Winter)
 
Course Number: 18120900      Course Name:Human anatomy (I)        Credits:5.0
Weekly class hrs:3-4
Prerequisite: Biochemistry or equivalent
Appropriate for:International medical students
 
Goal and Basic Requirements:
Human anatomy is one of main courses in medicine. It is also the foundation subjects in medical study. The human anatomy is the science which deals with the morphology and structure of human body. Medical students must know position, shape and regional relationship of the organs and structures in the body.
The aim of this course is to help students acquire the basic anatomical background they will need to function as physicians, and to acquire facility with the anatomical terms used in discussions among medical professionals. During this course, students will study all parts of the human body and their normal function, with occasional reference to common abnormalities of function. Lectures, laboratory sessions, self-study, and group learning are all important components of this course.
Contents
1, locomotor system: Osteology, Arthrology Bones and Joints of Trunk, Bones and Joins of Upper and Lower Limb Bones and Joints of Skull, General Description of Myology
2, Splanchnology: General Description of Splanchnology, Alimentary System, Respiratory System, Pleura, Mediastinum, Urinary System, Reproductive System, Peritoneum
3, Cardiovascular System: General Description of Cardiovascular System, Heart, Artery, Vein, Lymphatic System
4, Never system: Visual Organ ,Vestibulocochlear Organ, General Description of Nervous System, Spinal Nerve, Cranial Nerves, Visceral Nervous System, Spinal Cord, Brain Stem, Cerebellum, Diencephalon Telencephalon, Nervous Pathways, Meninges and Blood Vessels of Brain and Spinal Cord, and Cerebrospinal Fluid
 
During the whole anatomy courses, more emphasis will be placed on self-learning and problem solving. Observing specimen is the best way of learning anatomy. In the Lab period, by observing, feeling, discussing, and summarizing briefly the structures, students can acquire most of the fundamental knowledge.
 
Teaching arrangement:
Theory and experiment classes are all in laboratory.
Using appropriate photographic recording and CAI for assistant teaching.
 
Course Director:
Xiaoming Zhang,
Associate Professor.  School of Medicine, Zhejiang University
E-mail: ajoy@163.com
Tel: 13067994707
Office: Room 910
 
Materials Recommended:
Gray's Anatomy for Students,      ISBN 0-443-0661204
Clinical Anatomy for Medical Students, 7th Edition, Richard Snell, Lippincott
Atlas of Human Anatomy, 4th Edition, Frank Netter (3rd Ed is also suitable)
Grant's Atlas of Anatomy, 11th Edition, Agur & Lee, Williams & Wilkins
Taber's Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary (Recommended)
Teaching organization
1.    Multimedia
2.    Lecture and homework assignments available at FTP server
3.    Independent lab section
4.    Quizzes
Examination
Examination & Grade
Final written examination                     50%
Lab practice                           20%
Quizzes                               20%
Attendance                              10%
Total                                 100%
 
     
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