VETERINARY TOPOGRAPHIC ANATOMY
Learning outcomes of the course unit
The principal aim of the course is to concentrate mainly on the applied aspects of topographic anatomy; in this way the students will have useful knowledge that will help them deal with the clinical and inspective subjects of medicine.
The exams of Embriology, Istology and Anatomy.
Course contents summary
The Topographic Anatomy course covers: Regional Anatomy, Visceral Topography, Afferent and Efferent Pathways of main reflexes, Concepts of bird, fish and reptile anatomy.
Morphology, limits, relat ions and stratigraphy of different body regions, Visceral Topography, Reflexes Anatomy, Anatomy of bird, fish and reptile.
Pelagalli G.V., Botte
V.: "Anatomia Topografica Veterinaria". Ed. Ermes
Merighi A.: "Anatomia applicata e Topografia
Popesko P.: Atlante di Anatomia Topografica degli Animali Domestici"
Ed. Grasso & Edimediche
Theoretical lessons and practical trainings on animals trhat live in Faculty and on cadaveres
Assessment methods and criteria
During the practical trainings, the student will personally perform dissections as well as evaluations of the viscera topography