Learning outcomes of the course unit
At the completion of this integrated course the student will be required to know and to identify by light microscopy the structure of the cells and of the human supracellular units, namely tissues, multi-tissue units and morpho-functional units.
He will also be required to know the main morphological and biological aspects of the human development.
Eventually he will be required to show he has acquired, at least, the rudiments of the major requirments for the medical practice: the ability to observe and subsequently to describe with a suitable language what the observation has revealed; in this context, what the microscopic observation has unveiled.
Course contents summary
Tissues of the embryonic annexes
Tissues of the placenta
Tissues of the amniotic sac
Tissues of the Yolk’s sac
Tissues of the umbilical cord
Histophysiology of the embrionic and foetal annexes
Mucous membranes of the alimentary canal, respiratory apparatus, urinary apparatus, male and female reproductive apparatus
Appendages of the skin
Blood and lymphatic vessels
The Salivary lobule
The Pancreatic lobule
The liver lobule
The pulmonary acinus
The uropoietic tree
R. Scandroglio 'Il Corso Integrato di Istologia" ed. Santa Croce - PARMA
L. Junqueira, R. Carneiro COMPENDIO DI ISTOLOGIA; Ed. Piccin
A Stevens, J. Lowe ISTOLOGIA UMANA; Casa editrice Ambrosiana
M. Barbieri, P. Carinci EMBRIOLOGIA; Casa editrice Ambrosiana
I. Mjor, O. Fejerskov EMBRIOLOGIA E ISTOLOGIA DEL CAVO ORALE; Edi Ermes