COURSE INFORMATON
Course Title Code Semester L+P Hour Credits ECTS
Anatomy I VET   101 1 4 6 9

Prerequisites and co-requisites
Recommended Optional Programme Components None

Language of Instruction Turkish
Course Level First Cycle Programmes (Bachelor's Degree)
Course Type
Course Coordinator Prof. Dr. Ayşe HALIGÜR
Instructors
Prof. Dr.AYŞE HALIGÜR1. Öğretim Grup:A
Dr. Öğr. ÜyesiSEMA ÖZKADİF1. Öğretim Grup:A
 
Assistants
Goals
aimed and to examine the relationship between normal shape, structure, posture, and neighboring organs, macroscopically or subgrossly, of organs that shape a normal living body
Content
Systematically divide the living body into sections and examine these sections in a normal living organism

Learning Outcomes
1) Learning of general anatomical structures of domestic mammals
2) To know the osteological differences between animals comparatively
3) Understanding and knowledge of the joint action
4) Learning of structures of muscles with their differences according to animal species and knowing the way of muscles
5) Learning and understanding the differences between animal species of the settlements of the organs in the digestive system
6) Knowing the differences between animal species and learn anatomical structures of organs in the respiratory tract
7) Understanding the differences between animal species in the light of information in these systems and understanding of normal anatomical structures
8) Knowing the normal structure on the information provided in veterinary medicine used as the basis of this information
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Course's Contribution To Program
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Course Content
WeekTopicsStudy Materials _ocw_rs_drs_yontem
1 Definition of anatomy, basic anatomical concepts, introduction to osteology Lecture notes Lecture
Drilland Practice
Testing
Oral Exam
2 In comparison; Examination of these bones with the division of the columna vertebralis and bones forming thorax Lecture notes Lecture
Drilland Practice
Testing
Oral Exam
3 In comparison; Bones forming ossa membri thoracici and ossa membri pelvini Lecture notes Lecture
Drilland Practice
Testing
Oral Exam
4 In comparison; Bones of ossa faciei and neurocranium, forming Ossa cranii Lecture notes Lecture
Drilland Practice
Testing
Oral Exam
5 General and special arthrology Lecture notes Lecture
Drilland Practice
Testing
Oral Exam
6 In comparison; Special arthrology Lecture notes Lecture
Drilland Practice
Testing
Oral Exam
7 Myologia introduction and special myologia Lecture notes Testing
Oral Exam
8 Midterm exam Preparation of midterm exam questions Testing
9 In comparison; special myologia Lecture notes Lecture
Drilland Practice
Testing
Oral Exam
10 General introduction to Systema Digestorium and in comparison; Cavum oris and its organs Lecture notes Lecture
Drilland Practice
Testing
Oral Exam
11 In comparison; Gaster, intestinum tenue (duodenum, jejunum, ileum) and crassum (cecum, colon, rectum and canalis analis) Lecture notes Lecture
Drilland Practice
Testing
Oral Exam
12 In comparison; Hepar, vesica fella, pancreas, cavum abdominis, peritoneum, omentum Lecture notes Lecture
Drilland Practice
Testing
Oral Exam
13 General introduction to the respiratory system, cavum nasi, paranasal sinuses Lecture notes Lecture
Drilland Practice
Testing
Oral Exam
14 In comparison; Larynx, trachea Lecture notes Lecture
Drilland Practice
Testing
Oral Exam
15 In comparison; Pulmones, Cavum thoracis, pleura, mediastinum Lecture notes Lecture
Drilland Practice
Testing
Oral Exam
16-17 Final exam Testing
Oral Exam

Recommended or Required Reading
Textbook
Additional Resources