MITCHELL TECHNICAL INSTITUTE 821 NORTH CAPITAL MITCHELL, SD 57301 Instructor: Shirlyce Weisser, MLT(ASCP ) Phone: 995-7153 Office: Room 129 Office Hours: As Posted E-mail: email@example.com COURSE SYLLABUS FALL SEMESTER 2009 Monday-Thursday 10:00-10:50 (Section 1) Monday-Thursday 11:00-11:50 (Section 2) COURSE TITLE: MA 103 Anatomy/Physiology CREDITS: 4 TEXT: Patton & Thibodeau, The Human Body in Health & Disease 5th Edition. COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course covers the basic anatomy and physiology of the human body. Systems studied include: Integumentary, muscular, skeletal, nervous, circulatory, lymphatic, respiratory, urinary, digestive, endocrine, and reproductive. COURSE PURPOSE: The purpose of this course is to give the student a basic understanding of the structure and function of the human body. The student can utilize this knowledge to better understand the relationship between diagnostic procedures and diseases of the human body. COURSE OBJECTIVES: With course completion, students should be able to: 1. Describe the general structural units of the body 2. List the systems of the body 3. List the organs of the body 4. Name and locate the 4 body cavities 5. Define the body directional terms ( i.e. superior, inferior) 6. Name the regions of the abdomen 7. Name the parts of a cell and describe the functions 8. Name the 4 basic types of cells and tissues 9. Describe the functions of each type of tissue 10. List the functions of the skin 11. Name and describe the 3 types of membranes 12. List the functions of the urinary system 13. Name and locate the parts of the nephron 14. Describe the functions of the kidneys, ureters, urinary bladder and urethra 15. Explain the functions of the nephron using body substances/chemicals as examples 16. List and define terms that indicate disease states of the urinary system 17. List the functions of the respiratory system 18. Locate and describe the functions of the tonsils, adenoids, Eustachian tube, C-rings, epiglottis and diaphragm 19. Describe the anatomy and physiology of the alveoli 20. Explain the process by which breathing occurs 21. Explain the general functions of the 3 blood cells 22. Briefly explain the blood clotting process 23. Name the major blood groups 24. Name and locate the heart valves 25. Name and locate the vessels attached to the heart 26. Distinguish between arteries, veins, and capillaries 27. Trace the flow of blood around the body and through the heart 28. Explain blood pressure 29. List the functions of the spleen, lymph nodes, and lymphatic vessels 30. List the functions of the skeletal system 31. Locate various bones of the body 32. Name the parts of the bone 33. Name and locate bones that normally contain red bone marrow 34. Name and describe the 3 types of joints 35. Define the terms that describe movement 36. List the functions of the muscular system 37. Compare the 3 types of muscle tissue as to location and nerve control 38. Locate various muscles of the body 39. Define ligament, tendon, sphincter, and myoglobin 40. Locate the organs of the endocrine system 41. List the general functions of the endocrine system 42. List the hormones produced by each organ of the endocrine system 43. Explain the function(s) of each hormone 44. List the general functions of the nervous system 45. Explain the branches of the nervous system 46. List and locate the parts of the brain 47. List the functions of the parts of the brain and spinal cord 48. Name the parts of a neuron 49. Explain the formation of cerebrospinal fluid 50. Name the 3 parts of the meninges 51. Name and locate the parts of the eye 52. Define terms that relate to abnormalities of the eye 53. Name and locate the parts of the ear 54. Explain the functions of the 3 areas of the ear 55. List, in order, the ducts through which sperm pass in the male reproductive system to the outside of the body 56. List the functions of the testes 57. List and describe the functions of the hormones that affect the male reproductive system 58. Locate the prostate gland, seminal vesicles, cervix, ovarian follicles, corpus luteum, and fallopian tubes 59. Name the parts of the uterus 60. Locate the parts of the vulva 61. List and describe the functions of the hormones that affect the female reproductive system 62. List the functions of the mammary glands, ovaries, and the uterus 63. Locate the organs of the digestive system 64. Name the divisions, in order, of the small and large intestines 65. Name the parts of the stomach 66. Name and locate the 3 pairs of salivary glands 67. Name the parts of the mouth and the tongue 68. List the functions of the stomach, intestines, liver, gall bladder, pancreas, and salivary glands 69. Describe plicae, mesentery and villi 70. Define peristalsis, emesis, heartburn, gastric ulcer, and duodenal ulcer 71. Name the enzymes produced by the digestive system, the organs that produce them, and the food stuff they act on 72. Name the end products of digestion of carbohydrates, proteins and fats 73. Describe the structure and function of villi 74. Locate peritoneal fluid, pleural fluid, and synovial fluid COURSE REQUIREMENTS 1. Attend all classes/lectures 2. Participate in class activities and discussions 3. Complete and hand in assignments on time 4. Read assigned material 5. Be prepared for quizzes and tests GRADING SCALE: 100-90 A *Attendance 89-80 B *Assignments 79-70 C *Quizzes 69-60 D *Tests/Final Exam 59- F ASSESSMENT OF LEARNING TESTS: Each test will include material covered in class, in the textbook, assigned readings, and supplementary information provided by the instructor. MAKE-UP TESTS: Students will be allowed to make up tests if they have notified the instructor before the test. If a test/exam/quiz is missed, the student will have 48 HOURS (2 days) to make up the test/quiz or receive a zero (0). You must contact the instructor to schedule a time to take the test. Make-up tests may be different than the original test given. ASSIGNMENTS: Assignments are due at the beginning of the class period unless otherwise stated. Late work will have points deducted unless the student has contacted the instructor prior to the due date. . CLASS INVOLVEMENT: This refers to attendance, evidence of out of class preparation for discussions and activities and the level of attentiveness during lectures and other class work. When a student sleeps during class, does class irrelevant work, talks excessively during lecture, answers a cell phone, is text messaging, or disrupts the positive learning environment, significant reductions in the class involvement grade will occur. ATTENDANCE: This is a 4-credit course. You are allowed 3 absences. Grade deductions will occur for EACH absence after 4. After 6 absences, failure of the course is probable. CHEATING: The penalty for cheating in ANY FORM will result in failure of the assignment/test and /or failure of the class. METHODS OF INSTRUCTION : Instruction will consist almost entirely of classroom lecture and discussion. Some audiovisuals may be used. EVALUATION OF STUDENT WORK: Most tests/quizzes, assignments will be graded within ONE WEEK of the day work was submitted. CELL PHONES MUST BE SILENCED AND IN YOUR BOOKBAG! THE INSTRUCTOR RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ASSIGN ADDITIONAL COURSEWORK, CHANGE LECTURE TOPIC DATES AND TEST DATES, AND TO PROVIDE ADDITIONAL MATERIALS/ASSIGNMENTS AS DEEMED APPROPRIATE.
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