HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY WITH ELEMENTS OF ANATOMY

Michela TERLIZZI HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY WITH ELEMENTS OF ANATOMY

0712100107
DIPARTIMENTO DI FARMACIA
EQF6
HERBAL SCIENCE
2020/2021

OBBLIGATORIO
YEAR OF COURSE 1
YEAR OF DIDACTIC SYSTEM 2020
SECONDO SEMESTRE
CFUHOURSACTIVITY
1FISIOLOGIA UMANA MODULO DI FISIOLOGIA UMANA CON ELEMENTI DI ANATOMIA
648LESSONS
2ELEMENTI DI ANATOMIA MODULO DI FISIOLOGIA UMANA CON ELEMENTI DI ANATOMIA
324LESSONS
Objectives
ACQUISITION OF THE MAIN KNOWLEDGE ON THE STRUCTURE AND ULTRASTRUCTURE OF THE CELL AND ON THE MAIN ORGAN AND APPARATUS. THE TEACHING IS AIMED AT ACQUIRING KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING THE FUNCTIONS OF INDIVIDUAL ORGANS. BY APPLYING THE ACQUIRED SKILLS, THE STUDENT MUST BE ABLE TO UNDERSTAND THE PHYSIOLOGICAL FUNCTIONS OF THE ORGANS AND TISSUES AND THEIR INTERACTIONS.
Prerequisites
KNOWLEDGE OF ANIMAL BIOLOGY
Contents
NTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY OF HUMAN ANATOMY AND ANATOMICAL TERMINOLOGY
EPITHELIAL TISSUE, CONNECTIVE, MUSCULAR AND NERVOUS. BLOOD.
INTEGUMENTARY SYSTEM: SKIN AND SKIN
CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM: HEART AND BLOOD VESSELS.
LYMPHATIC CIRCULATORY SYSTEM: THE LYMPHATIC VESSELS, PRIMARY LYMPHOID ORGANS (BONE MARROW AND THYMUS) AND SECONDARY (LYMPH NODES, SPLEEN, TONSILS, PEYER’S PLAQUES, VERMIFORM APPENDIX)
RESPIRATORY SYSTEM: NASAL CAVITY, RHINO-PHARYNX, LARYNX, TRACHEA, BRONCHI, LUNGS
DIGESTIVE SYSTEM: ORAL CAVITY, PHARYNX, ESOPHAGUS, STOMACH, SMALL INTESTINE AND LARGE INTESTINE. SALIVARY GLANDS, LIVER, PANCREAS.
ENDOCRINE SYSTEM: GENERAL INFORMATION; PITUITARY, THYROID, PARATHYROID, ADRENAL GLAND. PANCREATIC ISLETS OF LANGERHANS.
UROPOIETIC SYSTEM: KIDNEYS, URETERS, BLADDER, URETHRA.
FEMALE REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM: OVARY AND OVARIAN CYCLE, FALLOPIAN TUBES, UTERUS AND UTERINE CYCLE, VAGINA
MALE REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM: DIDYMUS, EPIDIDYMIS, VAS DEFERENS, EJACULATORY DUCT, SEMINAL VESICLE, PROSTATE.
CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM: THE SPINAL CORD AND BRAIN (BULB, PONS, MIDBRAIN, DIENCEPHALON, TELENCEPHALON, CEREBELLUM).
PERIPHERAL NERVOUS SYSTEM: SPINAL NERVES AND CEREBRAL NERVES. AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM: THE SYMPATHETIC AND PARASYMPATHETIC. SENSITIVITY TYPES. SENSE ORGANS. SENSITIVE PATHWAYS AND MAIN PATHWAY.
HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY MODULE:
• INTRODUCTION TO PHYSIOLOGY: LEVELS OF ORGANIZATION, HOMEOSTASIS AND REGULATION SYSTEMS, POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE FEEDBACK
• CELLULAR PHYSIOLOGY: MEDIATED AND UNMEDIATED MEMBRANE TRANSPORT; ACTION POTENTIAL; VOLTAGE DEPENDENT ION CHANNELS; ION CHANNEL COUPLED RECEPTORS; METABOTROPIC RECEPTORS COUPLED TO G PROTEIN. MEMBRANE POTENTIAL; GRADUATED POTENTIAL.
• NEUROPHYSIOLOGY: CHEMICAL SYNAPSES AND ELECTRIC SYNAPSES; NERVOUS COMMUNICATION; SIGNAL TRANSDUCTION.
• CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM: CEREBRAL CORTEX, NUCLEI OF THE BASE, THALAMUS AND HYPOTHALAMUS, CEREBELLUM, BRAIN STEM, SPINAL CORD.
• PERIPHERAL NERVOUS SYSTEM: AFFERENT DIVISION AND SPECIAL SENSES (SIGHT, HEARING, TASTE AND SMELL); EFFERENT DIVISION (AUTONOMIC AND SOMATIC NERVOUS SYSTEM).
• MUSCLE PHYSIOLOGY: DIFFERENCES BETWEEN SKELETAL, SMOOTH AND CARDIAC MUSCLE; NEURO-MUSCULAR JUNCTION; MOLECULAR BASIS OF SKELETAL MUSCLE CONTRACTION; MECHANICS AND METABOLISM OF SKELETAL MUSCLE; REFLEXES.
• CARDIAC PHYSIOLOGY: ELECTRICAL ACTIVITY OF THE HEART; MECHANICAL EVENTS OF THE CARDIAC CYCLE; CARDIAC OUTPUT.
• BLOOD PRESSURE
• BLOOD: BLOOD GROUPS, HEMOSTASIS; INNATE AND ADAPTIVE IMMUNITY
• RESPIRATORY SYSTEM: RESPIRATORY MECHANICS, GAS EXCHANGE AND TRANSPORT, RESPIRATION REGULATION
• URINARY SYSTEM: GLOMERULAR FILTRATION, TUBULAR REABSORPTION AND SECRETION, EXCRETION AND CLEARANCE; REFLECTION OF URINATION.
• DIGESTIVE SYSTEM: REGULATION OF GASTRIC AND INTESTINAL ACTIVITY; DIGESTION AND ABSORPTION OF NUTRIENTS; PANCREATIC AND LIVER FUNCTION.
• ENDOCRINE SYSTEM: PITUITARY, THYROID AND PARATHYROID, ADRENAL AND PANCREATIC HORMONES; ENDOCRINE FUNCTION OF KIDNEY, HEART, THYMUS AND GONADS.
• REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM: REPRODUCTIVE FUNCTION AND SPERMATOGENESIS; ERECTION REFLEX; EJACULATORY REFLEX. OOGENESIS; OVARIAN CYCLE AND UTERINE CYCLE; FERTILIZATION, CHILDBIRTH AND BREASTFEEDING.
Teaching Methods
INTERACTIVE CLASS
Verification of learning
ACHIEVEMENT OF THE OBJECTIVES OF THE TEACHING IS CERTIFIED BY PASSING AN EXAMINATION. THE VOTE IS BETWEEN EIGHTEEN AND THIRTY. THE EXAM IS FOR A WRITTEN TEST AND AN ORAL EXAM. THE WRITTEN EXAM IS PRELIMINARY TO THE ORAL TEST AND CONSISTS OF AN OPEN-ENDED TEST ON THE SUBJECTS OF THE TEACHING PROGRAM AND LASTS NO MORE THAN 60 MINUTES. THE ORAL TEST CONSISTS OF AN INTERVIEW WITH QUESTIONS AND DISCUSSION ON THE SUBJECTS OF THE TEACHING PROGRAM AND IS INTENDED TO TEST THE EXPOSURE SKILLS USING THE APPROPRIATE.
THE ACHIEVEMENT OF THE OBJECTIVES OF THE HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY MODULE IS CERTIFIED BY PASSING AN ORAL EXAM WITH EVALUATION OUT OF THIRTY, CONSISTING OF AN INTERVIEW WITH QUESTIONS AND DISCUSSION ON THE TOPICS OF THE PROGRAM, AIMED AT VERIFYING THE UNDERSTANDING OF THE PHYSIOLOGICAL MECHANISMS IN HUMANS, AS WELL AS THE ABILITY TO EXHIBIT CONCEPTS THROUGH THE USE OF APPROPRIATE SCIENTIFIC LANGUAGE.
Texts
ANATOMIA E ISTOLOGIA UMANA - WITH EXTRA TABLES FROM F.H. NETTER - ON LINE EXTRA
DI CARINCI - GAUDIO - MARINOZZI - MORINI - ONORI • 2012
SHERWOOD, FUNDAMENTALS OF HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY. PICCIN.
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