TOPOGRAPHICAL ANATOMY

Course ID: MWW-SE>TOPHIC
Course title: TOPOGRAPHICAL ANATOMY
Semester: 3 / Winter
ECTS: 3
Lectures/Classes: 0 / 0 hours
Field of study: Veterinary Medicine
Study cycle: 1st cycle
Type of course: compulsory
Prerequisites: Domestic descriptive anatomy.
Contact person: dr Aleksander Chrószcz aleksander.chroszcz@upwr.edu.pl
Short description: This course provides elementary information for the studying of pathological anatomy, physiology, clinical diagnostics of animals, animal husbandry and slaughter animals hygiene.
Full description: The objective of the module is to teach the specific position of anatomical structures and organs in domesticated animals (dog, cat, cattle and horses). Comparative analysis of the morphology of above mentioned species. Analysis of joints anatomy.
Bibliography: 1. H.E. Koenig, Veterinary Anatomy Domestic Mammals – Textbook and Colour Atlas. Schattauer 2007 2. K. M. Dyce, Wolfgang O. Sack, C. J. G. Wensing – Textbook of Veterinary Anatomy 3rd edition. Elsevier. 2002 3. Peter Popesko – Atlas anatomii topograficznej zwierząt domowych. PWRiL.2008 4. S. H. Done, P. C. Goody, S. A. Evans, N. C Stickland – Colour Atlas of Veterinary anatomy, Vol. 3. Mosby 2001
Learning outcomes: Knowledge: - know stratygraphy, skeletptopy, holotopy, syntopy of the structures and the organs of the domesticated animals, assess the regularity of morphology of the animals, indicate inter- species and – breeds differences and in anatomical features of certain structures and organs - knows both Latin and English anatomical terminology Skills: - perform the topographical partition of animal body parts and indicate the clinical important regions and points of animal body - perform necessary lifelong learning - use both Latin and English anatomical terminology - acquire skills to make quick decisions in contact with live animal Social competences: - perform habit of continuous knowledge acquiring and studying - work within a working groups
Assessment methods and assessment criteria: Course evaluation – a grade based on the average of 5 colloquium tests. To complete, required 60% of knowledge from practicals and lectures.

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