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==Course Aims==
 
==Course Aims==
 
This course is designed as a stand‐alone subject for students who will benefit from knowledge of basic anatomy.
 
This course is designed as a stand‐alone subject for students who will benefit from knowledge of basic anatomy.
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The aim of this course is to provide students with an understanding of the structural organisation of the human body at a gross (macroscopic) and histological (microscopic) level, i.e. the position, form and structure of organs and ‘systems’. The course is designed to provide an understanding of the human body that underpins its functioning and medical and biomedical engineering designs. The course provides an overview of the structure of the major components of each of the body systems, and includes an overview of the microscopic structure of its tissues. The course is strengthened by an emphasis on the relationship between structure and function. In addition, students will gain familiarity with anatomical and medical terminology and their meanings.
 
The aim of this course is to provide students with an understanding of the structural organisation of the human body at a gross (macroscopic) and histological (microscopic) level, i.e. the position, form and structure of organs and ‘systems’. The course is designed to provide an understanding of the human body that underpins its functioning and medical and biomedical engineering designs. The course provides an overview of the structure of the major components of each of the body systems, and includes an overview of the microscopic structure of its tissues. The course is strengthened by an emphasis on the relationship between structure and function. In addition, students will gain familiarity with anatomical and medical terminology and their meanings.
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Students are provided the opportunity to appreciate and value the medical sciences especially anatomy and at the end of the course, to leave with an increased sense of awareness and value of the human body and improved capacity to make informed decisions regarding health.
 
Students are provided the opportunity to appreciate and value the medical sciences especially anatomy and at the end of the course, to leave with an increased sense of awareness and value of the human body and improved capacity to make informed decisions regarding health.

Revision as of 18:51, 24 February 2013

ANAT2511 Fundamentals of Anatomy This histology practical support page content is not part of the histology practical class and provides only background information for student self-directed learning purposes. Histology lecturer notice.


Course Aims

This course is designed as a stand‐alone subject for students who will benefit from knowledge of basic anatomy.


The aim of this course is to provide students with an understanding of the structural organisation of the human body at a gross (macroscopic) and histological (microscopic) level, i.e. the position, form and structure of organs and ‘systems’. The course is designed to provide an understanding of the human body that underpins its functioning and medical and biomedical engineering designs. The course provides an overview of the structure of the major components of each of the body systems, and includes an overview of the microscopic structure of its tissues. The course is strengthened by an emphasis on the relationship between structure and function. In addition, students will gain familiarity with anatomical and medical terminology and their meanings.


Students are provided the opportunity to appreciate and value the medical sciences especially anatomy and at the end of the course, to leave with an increased sense of awareness and value of the human body and improved capacity to make informed decisions regarding health.

About Histology Support

This ANAT2511 histology practical support page content is not part of the science practical class and provides only background information for student self-directed learning purposes.

This current page includes direct links to the virtual slides pages that will be used in your histology practical classes.


Histology Virtual Slides

Pages require student zpass to access.

Course ANAT2511 - Fundamentals of Anatomy

Histology Practical Support

Pages can be accessed from any internet connected computer.


Course Links

Histology Glossary: A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z | ANAT2241 Support | Histology | Histology Stains | Embryology Glossary

Virtual slides

Pages require student zpass to access.

ANAT2511 | Virtual Microscopy, Cells and Types of Tissue | Selected Basic Tissues | Histology of Bone and Joints | Histology of Muscle | Histology of Nervous Tissue | Integumentary System | Circulatory System Histology | Respiratory System Histology | GIT Histology | Urinary System Histology

Practical support

Pages can be accessed from any internet connected computer.

ANAT2511: Practical 1 Introduction to Histology | Practical 3 Basic Tissues | Practical 5 Bones and Joints | Practical 7 Muscle Tissue | Practical 9 Nervous Tissue | Practical 11 Integumentary (Skin) System | Practical 13 Circulatory System | Practical 15 Respiratory System | Practical 17 Gastro‐intestinal Tract, Liver and Gallbladder | Practical 19 Urinary System | Histology Drawings