|Basis of Education||Competence Standards||Structure of Studies||Development of Expertise||Methods and implementation||Course Table|
|Name||Anatomy and Physiology|
|Objectives||The student is able to|
• describe the bodily structures and functions from cells to organ systems
• apply the knowledge to his or her later studies and to independent data acquisition
• identify and name the anatomical structures of the head and use correct anatomical terms
• explain the physiology of the masticatory system as the basis for oral health care
|Content||Cell, tissue, blood, blood circulation, immune system, respiration, digestion, hormone functions. The main points of urine production, acid-base balance, senses of sight and hearing and pain, cellular biology, nervous system and musculoskeletal system. The bones of the skull. Special features of the newborn skull structure. Maxillary and mandibular morphology and anatomy. Masseter muscles. Mimetic muscles. N. Trigeminus. N.facialis. Veins and arteries of the head and neck. Salivary glands. Lymph glands of the head and neck. Oral cavity. Anatomy and function of the temporomandibular joint.|
|Requirements||Active participation in contact lessons and studies in the Moodle learning environment. Exercises: anatomical models and a clinical exercise (attendance required), exams and learning assignments|
Alternative completion: online studies, an exam
|Grading Scale||0 - 5|
|Course material||LIEBGOTT., Basis of Dentistry. Third Edition. 2011. Saunders Elsevier|
NELSON S, ASH M. Wheeler`s Dental Anatomy, Physiology and Occlusion. 2010. Ninth Edition. Saunders Elsevier. PAULSEN F. Sobotta Atlas of Human Anatomy. 2011. 15 Rev Ed. Churchill Livingstone. available.at www.e-sobotta.com VOLL M, WESNER K. Atlas of Anatomy, Latin Nomenclature. 2017. Third Edition. Thieme Medical Publishers Inc.
We reserve the right to make changes to the curriculum due to the need to update the content being studied.