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Anatomy for Students of General Medicine (B83004) and Dentistry (B83030)
Schedule of Practices and Seminars - 1st semester 2018/2019

Week Topic
1. 1.10.–5.10. Anatomical nomenclature, planes and directions. Upper limb skeleton I.
2. 8.10.–12.10. Upper limb skeleton II. Skeleton of lower limb I.
3. 15.10.–19.10. Skeleton of lower limb II. Joints and connections of upper limb. S1:Derivatives of germ layers. Vessels and innervation of bones. Osteogenesis, ossification of bones and bone age, bone remodeling. Test 1:Introduction to organogenesis, general anatomy of bones and joints, skeleton of upper limb.
4. 22.10.–26.10. Pelvic girdle. Joints and connections of lower limb. S2: synovial joint; biomechanics of knee joint; developmental dysplasia of the hip (DDH). Test 2: Skeleton of lower limb
5. 29.10.–2.11. Muscles, main vessels and nerves of the upper limb. Test 3: Joints of limbs. S3: Innervation of muscle; denervation muscular atrophy; development of striated musculature and its regulation; varicose veins of lower extremity.
6. 5.11.–9.11. Muscles, main vessels and nerves of the lower limb. S4: the vessels of extremities – palpation, pressure points, punctures; palsy of median, ulnar, radial and common peroneal nerves; limb growth and development, congenital defects of the limb .
7. 12.11.–16.11. Vertebrae, costae, sternum, connections on vertebral column and thorax. Test 4: Muscles of limbs. S5: bone marrow; curvatures of the vertebral column; development of axial skeleton, vertebral column and thoracic cage defects.
8. 19.11.–23.11. Muscles of the thorax and abdomen. Inguinal canal. Muscles of the back. S6: diaphragm development and diaphragmatic hernias; inguinal hernias, femoral hernia; layers of the abdominal wall and its innervation and blood supply; ventral body wall defects.
9. 26.11.–30.11. Bones of the skull. Test 5: axial skeleton, trunk muscles, vessels and nerves of abdominal wall.
10. 3.12.–7.12. Cavities and spaces of the skull. Connections of the skull. Temporomandibular joint. The skull of the newborn. S7: the skull of newborn and its size; growth of the skull; craniofacial defects; Development and ossification of neurocranium and splachnocranium.
11. 10.12.–14.12. Muscles and main vessels of the head and neck. S8: The vessels of head and neck– palpation, pressure points, punctures. Test 6: The skull.
12. 17.12.–21.12. Teeth, tongue, palate, salivary glands, tonsils, pharynx. S9: Causes of birth defects, critical period, prenatal diagnosis. Development of the face and palate, Cleft defects. Development and eruption of teeth. Test 7: Muscles and vessels of the head and neck.
13. 2.1.–4.1. Oesophageus, stomach, small and large intestine, rectum and anus. Pancreas, liver, bile duct, gallbladder.S10: Development and developmental defects of organs from foregut;Development and developmental defects of midgut; positions of vermiform appendix;.
14. 7.1.–11.1. Situs viscerum abdominis. Abdominal aorta, inferior vena cava. S11: Blood supply of the liver,oesophageal varices; innervation and motility of the intestine, ileus, congenital megacolon (Hirschsprung disease);Development and developmental defects of organs from hindgut .Test 8: Gastrointestinal system, its vessels and nerves.
15. 14.1.–18.1. Main lymphatic ducts, spleen. S12: origin and movement of lymph; lymphoedema. Credit.

September 24, 2018 Prof. Karel Smetana, MD, DrSc.

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