Anatomy

2021/2022
Programme:
Medical Physics, Second Cycle
Year:
1 ali 2 year
Semester:
first or second
Kind:
optional
ECTS:
6
Language:
slovenian
Lecturers:

Dean Ravnik

Hours per week – 1. or 2. semester:
Lectures
3
Seminar
1
Tutorial
0
Lab
0
Prerequisites

Regular enrolement

Content (Syllabus outline)

Locomotor system: Structure and basic characteristics of the skeleton, joints and muscles.
Circulatory system: heart and pericardium, arterial, venous and lymphatic circulation. Small, large and portal blood flow.
Respiratory: Upper and lower respiratory tract, the division of lungs, their bloodstream and lymphatic vessels. Breast and lung cataract.
Digestive system: Gastrointestinal tract, digestive gland. Special features of the venous drainage. Lymphatic vessels. Peritoneum.
Urogenital System: kidney and urinary copies. Male and female sexual apparatus. Special features of the vasculature and lymphatic vessels in connection with the development. Retroperitoneal space.
Nervous system: central and peripheral nervous system. Somatic and vegetative nervous system. Meninges and cerebrospinal fluid.
Topography: Relations between individual systems and their units on the horizontal and frontal sections.
Tumors: tumors in various organ systems, radiological diagnosis of tumors (size, separation from the surroundings, blood circulation, type of tumor, benignancy / malignancy)

Readings

• Larsen WJ: Anatomy: develpoment, function, clinical correlations. Saunders, Elsevier Science, 2002, ISBN 0 - 7216 - 4646 - 8
• Moore KL: Clinically oriented anatomy. Williams & Wilkins, Baltimore, 1992 ISBN 0 - 683 - 06133 - X
• Ellis H, Logan B, Dixon A: Human cross-sectional anatomy. Atlas of body sections and CT images. Butterworth-Heinemann Ltd., Oxford, 1991, ISBN 0 7506 1241 X
• Ellis H, Logan B, Dixon A: Human sectional anatomy. Pocket atlas of body sections, CT and MRI images. Butterworth-Heinemann Ltd., Oxford, 2001, ISBN 0 34080764 4

Objectives and competences

Students will learn about the normal body anatomy.

Competences: knowledge and understanding of composition and functioning of human body systems, with some emphasis on the radiotherapeutic approach. Evaluation and application of new knowledge in the area of anatomy and physiology, in particular from the clinical point of view.

Intended learning outcomes

Knowledge and understanding:
Obtaining basic knowledge about key systems in a human body, their relationship and interactions. Overview of tumor structure.

Application:
Use of basic anatomy concepts for solving problems in physical medicine.

Reflection:
Critical evaluation of theoretical predictions in comparison to experimental results.

Transferable skills:
Ability to communicate with experts from medical fields, identification of clinical problems with the basic understanding of anatomy.

Learning and teaching methods

Lectures, problem classes, homework, consultations.

Assessment

2 tests with problem solving, written exam (problem solving)
oral exam (questions from lectures)
Marks: 5 (not passed), 6-10 (passed) (according to the UL rules).

Lecturer's references

prof. dr. Dean Ravnik
• Hribernik M., Gadžijev E.M., Mlakar B., Ravnik D. Variations of Intrahepatic and Proximal Extrahepatic Bile Ducts. Hepato-Gastroenterology 2003; 50: 342-348. ISSN 0172-6390
• Hribernik M, Gadžijev EM, Mlakar B, Ravnik D. Variations of intrahepatic and proximal extrahepatic bile ducts. Hepato-Gastroenterol, 2003; 50: 342-348. ISSN 0172-6390.
• Hribernik M, de Cecchis L, Trotovšek B, Gadžijev EM, Ravnik D. Anatomical Variations of the Right Hepatic Veins and their Relevance to Surgery. Hepato-Gastroenterol, 2003; 50: 656-660. ISSN 0172-6390.