SKELETAL-MUSCLE SYSTEM , ANTHROPOMETRY AND POSTURAL ASSESSMENT-PART B
Learning outcomes of the course unit
Knowledge and understanding
The course aims to provide students with the fundamental knowledge of
the anatomy of the nervous system.
Applying knowledge and understanding
The fundamental knowledge of the anatomy of the nervous
system are applied to physical
Students must be able to sustain a discussion with elements of the nervous system
The student must possess sufficient technical language in anatomy of the nervous system
The student must be able to read a simple scientific text with anatomical content
Course contents summary
The Central and Peripheral Nervous System: spinal cord, brainstem, cerebellum, diencephalon, telencephalon. The sensitive and motor pathways. Neuromuscular spindles. Proprioception. The anatomical basis of reflexes.
The Central and Peripheral Nervous System: spinal cord, brainstem, cerebellum; diencephalon; telencephalon. The sensitive and motor pathways. Neuromuscular spindles. Propioception. The anatomical basis of reflexes.
Trattato di Anatomia Umana, Apparato Locomotore (Anastasi et al.) Ed. Edi-Ermes
Anatomia Umana (Martini et al.) 5° ed, EdiSES
Assessment methods and criteria
Oral examination, which is focused on the anatomy of
the nervous system.