RBM1100 - Functional Anatomy of the Trunk
RBM1200 - Functional Anatomy of the Limbs
AHE2202 - Functional Kinesiology
|1.||Identify the bones and bony markings of the head, neck including larynx and back;|
|2.||Explain movements of the joints and muscles of the head, neck including larynx and back;|
|3.||Articulate the role of the arteries, veins and lymphatics of the head, neck and back;|
|4.||Examine and integrate the visceral and somatic nerve supply of the head, neck and back; and|
|5.||Demonstrate observational and descriptive skills in relation to anatomical models and human cadaver specimens.|
|Laboratory Work||Laboratory Worksheets x 7 (1500 words)||35%|
|Exercise||Clinical Questions (500 words)||20%|
|Test||Test (1hr) (40 MCQs)||20%|
|Practicum||Practicum (1 hour) (25 Questions)||25%|
Gray's Anatomy for Students (2015) 3rd ed.
Richard L Drake, A. Wayne Vogl, Adam W.M. Mitchell
Churchill Livingstone Elsevier, USA
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