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					Jinan University Undergraduate Laboratory Syllabus* for Systematic Anatomy (Course Title)

Course code Course title

10030019 Systematic Anatomy

Course type Compulsory [√ ] Specialized Optional[ ]Common Optional[ ] Course hours 126 Lab hours Total credits Prerequisites Majors applicable to Clinical Medicine Department/School offering the course Total number of labs 16 Department of Anatomy 99 3.0

Number of labs classified as comprehensive and/or design

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I. Objectives and Requirements Students master the composition of different systems of human body,and the locations,shapes, structures and main functions of organs by observation and dissection. This will contribute to deepen the study of human anatomy. II. Description of Labs
Lab Name of lab number Brief description Classificatio Hours Group Name and numbers Type n size of instruments (R/O)* (V/C/D)*
1.specimen desks X4 Bones of Trunk 1 2.atlas X4 3. specimen X4 V

Osteology1

Bones of Upper Limb

4

4X6

4. models X4 5. forceps X4 6. projection X1 7. computer X1 1.specimen desks X4 2.atlas X4 3. specimen X4

R

2

Osteology2

Skull Bones of Lower Limb V

6

4X6

4. models X4 5. forceps X4 6. projection X1 7. computer X1 1.specimen desks X4 2.atlas X4 3. specimen X4

R

Joints of bones of trunk 3

Arthrology

Joints of Upper Limb Joints of Lower limb Joints of skull V

4

4X6

4. models X4 5. forceps X4 6. projection X1 7. computer X1 1.specimen desks X4 2.atlas X4 3. specimen X4

R

Muscles of Trunk Muscles of Head Muscles of Upper Limb 4

Myology

Muscles of lower Limb

V

6 4X6

4. models X4 5. forceps X4 6. projection X1 7. computer X1

R

5

Splanchnology 1

Degestive Canal Degestive Gland V

4

4X6

1.specimen desks X4 2.atlas X4 R

2

Respiratory System

3. specimen X4 4. models X4 5. forceps X4 6. projection X1 7. computer X1 1.specimen desks X4 2.atlas X4 3. specimen X4 V

Urinary system Male Reproductive 6

Splanchnolog

System Female Reproductive System Peritoneum

y2

4

4X6

4. models X4 5. forceps X4 6. projection X1 7. computer X1 1.specimen desks X4 2.atlas X4 3. specimen X4

R

Heart 7

Angiology1

Artery of Head Artery of Neck V

6

4X6

4. models X4 5. forceps X4 6. projection X1 7. computer X1 1.specimen desks X4 2.atlas X4 3. specimen X4

R

Artery of Thotax 8

Angiology 2

Artery of Abdomen Artery of Pelvic Artery of Lower Limb V

4

4X6

4. models X4 5. forceps X4 6. projection X1 7. computer X1 1.specimen desks X4 2.atlas X4 3. specimen X4

R

Veins 9

Angiology 3

Lymphatic system Endocrine System V

4

4X6

4. models X4 5. forceps X4 6. projection X1 7. computer X1 1.specimen desks X4 2.atlas X4 3. specimen X4

R

10

Sensory System

Visual Organ Vestibulocochlear Organ V

4

4X6

4. models X4 5. forceps X4 6. projection X1 7. computer X1 1.specimen desks X4 2.atlas X4

R

11

Nervous System1

Spinal Cord Brain Stem V

6

4X6

3. specimen X4 4. models X4 5. forceps X4

R

3

6. projection X1 7. computer X1 1.specimen desks X4 2.atlas X4 12 3. specimen X4 V

Nervous System 2

Cerebellum Diencephalon

4

4X6

4. models X4 5. forceps X4 6. projection X1 7. computer X1 1.specimen desks X4 2.atlas X4 3. specimen X4

R

13

Nervous System 3

Telencephalon Cranial Nerve V

4

4X6

4. models X4 5. forceps X4 6. projection X1 7. computer X1 1.specimen desks X4 2.atlas X4 3. specimen X4

R

14

Nervous System 4

Spinal nerve V

6

4X6

4. models X4 5. forceps X4 6. projection X1 7. computer X1 1.specimen desks X4 2.atlas X4

R

15

Nervous System 5

Sensory Pathway Motor Pathway V

3. specimen X4

4

4X6

4. models X4 5. forceps X4 6. projection X1 7. computer X1 1.specimen desks X4 2.atlas X4 3. specimen X4

R

Autonomic Nerve System 16

Nervous System 6

Meninges and Blood Vessles of Brain and Spinal Cord V

4

4X6

4. models X4 5. forceps X4 6. projection X1 7. computer X1

R

*Note: Classification: V, verification; C, comprehensiveness; D: design. Type: R, required; O: optional

III. Textbooks and References: Textbooks: Human Anatomy(Fourth edition).Jilin Science and Techonology
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Publishing House. Changchun:China.2005 References: 1.Susan Standring .Gray’s anatomy (Thirty-ninth edition). Churchill Livingstone. London, UK.2004 2.Keith L. Moore, Anne M. R. Agur.Essential clinical anatomy(Second edition). Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. Baltimore:USA. 2002 3.Richard S. Snell. Clinical anatomy for medical students. (Sixth edition). Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. Baltimore:USA. 2000 IV. Performance Evaluation: Practice exam(closed-book) :100% V. Lab and Major Instruments Information: (i)Name of lab: Lab 110,112,122,124 and 125B (ii)Major instruments: Specimen desks,.atlas, specimen, models, forceps, probes, scalpels,scissors, hemostat, projection and computer. VI. Brief Introduction of Comprehensive / Design Lab: 1.Self-study. Students were required to pactice specimen and read textbook by themselves for accomplishing their objectives. Teachers only introduce some important contents except the nervous sytsem. 2.Basic skill. Students were required to systematically observe and state the gross and microscope structures of human organs. Students should
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master to dissect, peel off, expose and check organs. 3.Exercise students’ ideation and let them know relations between sectional anatomy and clinical medicine through dicussing the case. 4.Students were organized to attend study group, which read references, write review and report them. 5. Students were organized to attend scientific reseach group, which train students in the scientific reseach skills under the supervise of teachers with full expericence. 6.Foreign language. Students master the anatomical terms and words from reference.

Chief Tutor’s Signature_Sanqaing pan

Examiner’s Signature_________

Date (dd/mm/yyyy) 16/09/2005

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