Anat Syllabus 0001 Fall 10

Anat Syllabus 0001 Fall 10 - UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL FLORIDA...

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UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY AND MICROBIOLOGY BURNETT SCHOOL OF BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES COLLEGE OF MEDICINE ZOO 3733-Fall 2010 Section: 0001 Course: Human Anatomy (ZOO3733C), Professor: Dr. Mohtashem Samsam M.D., Ph.D. e-m@il: msamsam@mail.ucf.edu Office: HPA II -320; Phone (407) 823-4810 Office Hrs. Mon- 9.30-11.30 a.m.; Wed- 9.30-10.30 a.m.; Fri 9.30- 11.30 a.m. Required Textbooks: 1- Clinically Oriented Anatomy, by K. Moore and A.F. Dalley, Lippincott th edition ., (ISBN:0-7817-7525-6) OR 2- Human Anatomy by Marieb, Mallatt, and Wilhelm, 5 th or if 6 th edition available packaged with PAL CD (ISBN: 0321508564) a- PAL ( CD ONLY ) - Practice of Anatomy Lab CD (ISBN: 080539432x) 3- Frank H. Netter, MD; John T. Hansen, PhD, Atlas of Human Anatomy 4 th edition (ISBN: 1-4160-3385-8) For Lab ** Having only one book for lecture and one book for the lab is sufficient to complete this course Recommended: 1-Human Anatomy, 2 nd edition, by Mckinley and O’loughlin (ISBN: 978-0-07-721365-7) b- Anatomy & Physiology Revealed, Version 2.0, CD-ROM, McGraw Hill (ISBN: 978-0-07-337807-7) 2- Principles of Human Anatomy by Gerard J. Tortora (2004) Wiley 10 th edition (ISBN: 0-471-42081-6) Credits: 4 Description: General Human Anatomy is an introductory and advanced course focusing on the basic and functional anatomy in a clinically oriented way to study the human systems within the body in an integrated regional based anatomy. The course focuses on macroscopic and major microscopic morphology of human systems, with a quick review of the cell biology as well. Basic understanding of biology is imperative for this course. Lab material will be covered in lectures. Prerequisite: BSC 2010C or equivalent. Course General Objective: After completing this course, students will be able to show significant domain on the basic, functional and clinical anatomy, and some pathologic consequences of the malfunctioning organ such as signs and symptoms. 1
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Student Competencies: Demonstrate a working knowledge of human anatomy, and know individual mechanisms to develop fast and logic reasoning towards structures/ organs/ systems depicting and organization. Develop effective mental processing/picturing of specimens studied, in order to identify correctly and correlate the appropriate information of the material presented. Know various bones, and skeletal muscles, joints, glands and internal organs, their
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