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TERENZIO CONGIU (Tit.)
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Teaching style
Convenzionale 
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Informazioni aggiuntive

Course Curriculum CFU Length(h)
[40/39]  MEDICINE AND SURGERY [39/00 - Ord. 2015]  PERCORSO COMUNE 7 70
[40/40]  UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY [40/00 - Ord. 2018]  PERCORSO COMUNE 7 70

Objectives

ANATOMY II
At the end of the course, the student should:
- know the structural organization and the normal functioning of the human body at the macroscopic and microscopic level in order to understand the main pathological alterations and to argue about clinical aspects and diagnosis;
- be able to learn autonomously and to provide understandable and univocal description of the acquired notions through the use of correct terminology;
- be able to combine the acquired notions in order to solve complex problems within interdisciplinary contexts.

HISTORY OF MEDICINE
In order to acquire the "how to be" professional activity and, in particular, in the approach to the patient, the student must get to know and understand:
- the historical evolution of the concepts of health, illness, care and health organization;
- the historical evolution of the relationship between religion and assistance and those between science and medicine;
- the historical evolution of biomedical research: basic research and applied research;
- the role of nursing and midwifery that in today's society.

Prerequisites

Prerequisites: as defined by the academic rules

Contents

ANATOMY II
PERIPHERAL NERVOUS SYSTEM. Spinal nerves and plexuses. Origin and course of the phrenic, axillary, radial, musculo-cutaneous, median, ulnar, intercostal, femoral, obturatory, ischiatic, pudendal nerves. Origin, emergence, components and course of all the cranic nerves. Ortho and parasympathetic ganglia, afferents and efferents.
CIRCULATORY SYSTEM. Organogenesis. Structure of the vessels. Heart: morphology, location, structure, conduction system, blood supply, nerves, pericardium. Origin, course, main branches of the aorta, coronary, innominate, carotid, subclavian, axillary, brachial, radial, ulnar, celiac, mesenteric, renal, spermatic, iliac, femoral, popliteal, tibial arteries and of the cardiac, cavae, innominate, subclavian, jugular, axillary, azygos, iliac, femoral veins; deep and superficial venous circulation of the extremities, thorax and abdomen, portal vein and anastomoses with systemic veins. Origin and course of pulmonary arteries and veins. Lymphatic vessels; main trunks and lymph node groups. Gross and microscopic anatomy of thymus, spleen, and lymph node.
RESPIRATORY APPARATUS. Organogenesis. Gross and microscopic anatomy of nose, paranasal sinuses, larynx, trachea, bronchi, lungs, pleurae. Mediastinum.
DIGESTIVE APPARATUS. Organogenesis. Gross and microscopic anatomy of mouth, salivary glands, pharynx, oesophagus, stomach, intestine, liver, pancreas.
URINARY APPARATUS. Organogenesis. Gross and microscopic anatomy of kidney, renal calyces and pelvis, ureter, urinary bladder, urethra.
GENITAL APPARATUS. Organogenesis. Gross and microscopic anatomy of testis, epididymis, deferent duct, seminal vesicles, prostate; coverings of the testis, scrotum, spermatic cord, penis, ovary, uterine tube, uterus, vagina, vulva. Perineum.
Peritoneum: Organogenesis and organization.
ENDOCRINE SYSTEM. Organogenesis. Gross and microscopic anatomy of thyroid, parathyroid, adrenal glands, hypophysis.
TEGUMENTARY APPARATUS: Overview.

HISTORY OF MEDICINE
Theurgic medicine and rational medicine; holistic medicine of Greece and Rome.
Arabic medicine; medieval medicine and regimina sanitatis.
Diseases of the Middle Ages; Hospitals, Universities and the Knights Hospitallers.
The separation between medicine and surgery.
The anatomical revolution.
The scientific revolution.
The diseases of the modern age, religious orders, welfare.
Characterization of the disease and reductionist medicine.
Microbiology, pharmacology and other biomedical disciplines; surgery; obstetrics-gynecology oncology and other specialties.
Public Hygiene; public assistance, secular nursing and midwifery.
The great discoveries of biology and their application to medicine.

Teaching Methods

Teaching methods and interaction techniques in the presence of the teacher:
Dialogue in the classroom aimed to understand the issues addressed and the management of doubts.
Combination of lectures and pratice supported by the teacher by using anatomical models.

Methods and distance learning techniques:
the teacher-student communications will be supported with electronic means, including email interaction. The slides of the lectures will be available to the students.

Interactive practices of Macroscopic and microscopic anatomy carried out by teachers and tutors.

Verification of learning

Assessment of the course arguments knowledge, of the learning skill, of the ability to connect different themes, of the communication skill, and of the use of specific and appropriated terminology.

Anatomy II
Oral examination


History of Medicine
Multiple choice-test


The evaluation will take place during the periods laid down in the C.L. teaching calendar.

The evaluation is expressed in thirtieths

Notes for examinations
Students should sign up by ESSE3

Texts

ANATOMY II

Cunningham’s: Trattato di Anatomia umana. Piccin
Standring S; ANATOMIA DEL GRAY – Elsevier Masson
Testut L – Jacob H; Trattato di Anatomia Topografica - Edra
Moore KL- Dalley AF; ANATOMIA UMANA con riferimenti clinici – Casa Editrice Ambrosiana

J. Sobotta; ATLANTE DI ANATOMIA UMANA - UTET

Gilroy A.M. et al. – ATLANTE DI ANATOMIA – PROMETHEUS UNIVERSITA’ – UTET
B. Joung, J.W. Heat; WHEATER – ISTOLOGIA E ANATOMIA MICROSCOPICA - Casa Editrice Ambrosiana



HISTORY OF MEDICINE
Although some texts are reported and indicated for a more detailed knowledge of the topics,students shoudl mostly use the recordings of the lectures revised by the teacher and available on the web in English as well:
http://pacs.unica.it/biblio/storia.htm

More Information

Student reception and other informations:

Student reception: appointment by email


Contacts
EVEN COURSE
Anatomy II
Prof. Maria Teresa Perra,
Dipartimento di Scienze Biomediche,
Sezione di Citomorfologia
Cittadella Universitaria, s.p. 8 Monserrato - Sestu
09042 Monserrato (Cagliari)
Tel 070 6754001
Email: perra@unica.it

ODD COURSE
Prof. Terenzio Congiu
Dipartimento di Scienze Chirurgiche,
Sezione di Anatomia Patologica
Ospedale San Giovanni di Dio
Via Ospedale
09129 Cagliari

History of Medicine
Prof. Alessandro Riva
Dipartimento di Scienze Biomediche,
Sezione di Citomorfologia
Cittadella Universitaria, s.p. 8 Monserrato - Sestu
09042 Monserrato (Cagliari)
Tel 070 6754001
Email: riva@unica.it

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