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General Anatomy

  • Course Code :
    SGS 272
  • Level :
    Undergraduate
  • Course Hours :
    3.00 Hours
  • Department :
    Faculty of Oral & Dental Medicine

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Area of Study :

• To provide a core body of scientific Knowledge concerning the normal structure of the human body at the level of organ and organ system with • The study of the normal growth and developmental to anatomical topics. • To provide appropriable ethical and professional education necessary for dealing with cadavers. • To correlate anatomical facts with its clinical application.

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General Anatomy

The skull an mandible , cervical vertebrae . first rib, the scalp and face , partotid gland , temporal& infratemporal region , the cranial cavity , triangle of the neck , root of neck big vesselsand lymphatic drainage of head and neck , cranial nerves , cervical sympathetic chain , oral cavity , nasal cavity and paranasal cavity , palat and pharynx & larynx

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Course outcomes:

a. Knowledge and Understanding:

1- Describe the basic principles of structure of the different tissues,organs and systems of the human body.
2- Describe the surface landmarks of the underlying bony features, muscles and tendons, of internal structures (main nerves,vessels and viscera ).
3- Outline major of clinical applications in the core syllabus of anatomical facts.

b. Intellectual Skills:

1- Aware of the scope and limits of his role as well as the necessity to seek and apply regularly the collaboration of other workers.
2- Responsible towerds work and be able to maintain calmness in unusual situation.
3- Maintain a professional image in manner, dress and speech.

c. Professional and Practical Skills:

1- Apply the anatomical facts while examining the living subject in order to reach a proper diagnosis.
2- Identify the different surface markings and determine the position or course of an internal viscera or structure of the head and neck.
3- Identify the different organs,structure and their parts in cadavers and jars.
4- Interpret the normal anatomical structures on radiographs and utrasonographics C.T the nuclear magnetic resonance images and endoscopic pictures.
5- Interprets some clinical findings in relation to developmental basis

d. General and Transferable Skills:

1- Able to maintain honesty and integrity in all interactions with teachers,
2- Colleagues, patients and others with whom physicians must interact in their professional lives.
3- Able to value the ethics and respect to all individuals inside and outside the dissecting room and pay a good deal of respect to the cadavers.

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Course topics and contents:

Topic No. of hours Lecture Tutorial/Practical
General and paticular features 5 - Norma verticalis - Norma frontalis - Norma oc Skull:- Features, foramina, fissures and structure
The anatomy of the neck 4 -Boundaries, bony prominences - - Superficial * Scalp, Face and Parotid region.
The submandibular region 3 - The submandibular salivary gland :extensions, Temporal , Infratemporal fossae.
The thyroid gland 3 - Shape, position, and capsule - - Parts and r Cranial cavity, Posterior triangle.
The scalene muscles 3 The scalenus anterior muscle and its relation Submandibular region.
The big vessels of the head and neck 4 course, relations and branches or tributaries of Carotid triangle
The lymphatic drainage of the head and neck 3 Groups of lymph nodes (their afferents and ef Median region of the neck,
The cranial nerves 4 - The trigeminal (V) - - The facial (VII) - Nose, Paranasal sinuses, Mouth, Tongue and Palate.
The cervical sympathetic chain 3 Ganglia: relations and branches Pharynx and Larynx.
The lacrimal apparatus 3 Lacrimal gland, the conjunctival sac, the lacrimal
The mouth cavity 3 - The vestibule of the mouth - - The mouth cav
The mandible 3 - General features - Muscles attached to the man - Muscles and ligaments attached
The tongue 3 Parts - - Musculature:intrinsic and extrins
The nasal cavity 3 - Nasal openings, walls and septum - Blood and n
The paranasal air sinuses 3 - Names and functions - Topography of their open
The palate 3 - The hard palate - The soft palate - The muscl
The pharynx 3 Extensions and relations - - The muscles of
The larynx 3 - - Cartilages of the larynx (names and position)
The cervical vertebrae 3 - Typical cervical vertebrae - Atypical cervical Norma verticalis and Frontalis.
The scalp 3 - Layers of the scalp - Muscles of the scalp - Occipitalis, Norma lateralis.
The face 3 - The muscles of the face (buccinator, orbiculari Norma basalis externa
The Parotid gland 3 - Position and extensions - Poles, borders and s Norma basalis interna
The Temporal and infratemporal regions 4 - Bony features - Contents: - Muscles - - Mandible: general and particular features
The temporomandibular joint 4 - Type, capsule and ligaments - The synovial mem Cervical vertebrae
The cranial cavity 4 - The dura mater: folds and dural venous sinuses Soft tissue of head and neck:

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Teaching And Learning Methodologies:

Teaching and learning methods
Lectures for acquisition of knowledge 2 in big gramps, 4 times per-week.
Practical classes: including practical dissection and demonstration in the dissecting room and museum jars and radiological film
Tutorial classes: 2 hours weekly before dissecting a major region and a brief discussion by the end of each practical lesson.
As appropariate such as self-assessment questions in the form of short essay,MCQs beside a notebook to draw annotated diagrams for most of practical lessons.

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General Anatomy

Course Assessment :

Methods of assessment Relative weight % Week No. Assess What

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Books:

Book Author Publisher
Clinical Anatomy by Regions Snell, Richard S Lippincott Williams

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