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Skip to main content. People search Search with a name Search with a name. Text dojestici Normal Large. Power Point presentations will be used and provided to students by Unistudium plathform. Reference texts Pelagalli Gaetano V. I e II Educational objectives The main objective of the course is to provide students with adequate knowledge of the macroscopic and microscopic structure of organs and systems of carnivores and swine as well as of the elements necessary to understand the topographical relationships between them.
The knowledge gained will be propaedeutic to the study of subsequent disciplines such as physiology and pathological anatomy, food inspection, clinics, diagnostic imaging. Through the knowledge gained, the student will develop the following skills: Clinical anatomy and diagnostic imaging. Teaching methods The course is organized as follows: At the end of the planned practical lessons, students will have the opportunity to make revisions of organs before the exams. Extended program During this course, the structural and topographic differences of organs and systems of carnivores and pigs will be emphasized and compared to those described for the horse.
Systemic and pumonary circulation 3 hours. Descriptive and topographic anatomy of the mouth and its annexes, pharynx, esophagus, stomach, small and large intestine, liver and pancreas 3 hours. Practical activity on dog and cat cadavers: Descriptive and topographic anatomy of the heart and blood vessels.
Systemic and pulmonary circulation 1 hour. Dissection of pigs’ cadavers 1 hour. I e II Educational objectives To know: The student must know the macroscopic, microscopic and topographic anatomy of ruminants and the terminology used for its description, with particular attention to the anatomical differences, macroscopic and microscopic, with other animal species. To know how to do: The student must know how to identify a ruminant organ and distinguish it from those of other animal species.
The student must be able to recognize a histologic sections of the aglandular stomachs and distinguish them from those of other organs. Teaching methods Theoretical activity on all the subjects of the course at Polo Didattico.
Anatomia comparata dei mammiferi domestici
Practical activity in the Light Microscopy laboratory classroom VIII of the Polo Didattico for observation and identification of tissue sections referring to the lectures. Practical activity in a specific classroom of the Polo Doemstici for the vision and recognition of organs of ruminants. Oral cavity and esophagus 1 hour Liver 1 hour Rumen, reticulum, omasum and glandular stomach 3 hours Small and large intestine 2 hours -Respiratory apparatus Nasal, rhinopharyngeal and laryngeal cavities 2 hours Trachea and lungs 2 hours -Male and female genital apparatus Testicle 0.
Digestive system and glands, urinary tract, respiratory system, cardiovascular system, male and female genital system. Testo di Anatomia Veterinaria.
Antonio Delfino Editore Cozzi, C. Anatomia mammiffri animali da comparwta. Students will be divided in groups and there will be tutorials. Extended program This module is aimed to teach the macroscopic and microscopic morphology and topography of the organs and systems of birds, rodents and lagomorphs.
Digestive system 2 hour. Urinary system 1 hour.
50169 – Systematic Comparative Veterinary Anatomy II
Male and female reproductive system 2 hour. Lymphatic system 1 hours. Integumentary system 1 hour. Cardio-vascular and respiratory system 2 hours. Digestive system 1 houruro-genital apparatus. Nervous system 2 hours. Wensing “testo di Anatomia veterinaria” Vol. I e II Antonio Delfino Editore – During the theoretical activity, slides are used and then made available to the students Educational objectives Knowledge: Student should recognize organs from their histological features Teaching methods Theoretical activity on all subjects of the course in a classroom of the Polo Didattico.
Practical activity in the Optical Microscopy laboratory classroom VIII of the Polo Didattico domsstici the observation and identification of microscopic anatomy sections referring to the lectures. Practical activity in a specific classroom of the Polo Didattico for the vision and recognition of organs.
Practical activity in the classroom IX of the Polo Didattico for the vision of anatomical models. Introduction to the course. Indication of textbooks, of the methods for carrying out practical lessons and examinations 2 hours.
Anatomy macroscopic of heart and pericardium 2 hours. Topography, reports, projection on the surface of the heart. Hollow of mammiceri heart; osti, valve 1. Elastic and muscular arteries, veins, capillaries. Ascending aorta, aortic arch, brachio-cephalic trunk, carotid artery 2 hours. Macroscopic structure and microscopic lymph node 2 hours. Macroscopic, microscopic and topography of the spleen comparatz hours. Topography of the skull; splanchno and neurocranio. Region of the tip of the nose.
Nostrils, cavities nasal 2 hours. Nasal conches, respiratory and olfactory mucosa. Larynx, trachea 3 hours.
Macroscopic anatomy of the lung. Subdivision of the parenchyma in lobes 2 hours. Microscopic structure, pulmonary lobule, alveolus.
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Distribution of blood vessels 1. Anatomy macroscopic, topography of the kidney. Structure of the nephron 2 hours. Renal pelvis, ureter, bladder, mammjferi 2 hours.
Topography majmiferi macroscopical anatomy of the testis. Structure of twisted seminiferous tubules. Penis, corpora cavernosa, accessory sexual glands 2 hours. Embryonic development, topography, macroscopic anatomy of the ovary. Microscopic structure of the female gonad, cyclic changes, maturation of the follicle 3 hours. Topography, macroscopic anatomy, vasculature of the uterus.
Vagina, canal of delivery 2 hours. Topography, macroscopic anatomy of the stomach. Topography e macroscopic anatomy of the small intestine 2 hours. Wall texture of the small intestine. Intestinal villi, intestinal and duodenal glands 3 hours. Macroscopic anatomy and topography of the large intestine. Structure microscopic wall 2 hours. Topography and macroscopic anatomy of the liver. Topography and anatomy macroscopic of the digestive system 2 hours.
Annexes of the skin: Central and peripheral nervous system. Nervous system of relationship life and autonomic nervous system. Nuclei of the base, midbrain, hemispheres, diencephalon. Brain blood circle 2 hours. Marrow cordons and direct and crusader bundles. Afferent and efferent pathways. Brain trunk 2 hours. All the observation and dissection were made by the students under the supervision of the teacher.
Observation and dissection of the heart. Identification of the aorta and the quarries 1 hour. Observation and dissection of: Macroscopic characteristics, species identification, of the spleen 1 hour.
Observation and dissection of the trachea. Macroscopic characteristics, species identification of the lung and lung lobes 1 hour. Observation and dissection of the large intestine 1 hour.