Anatomy Course Syllabus

Terminology

Bone

  1. Composition
  2. Function
  3. Deposition and absorption
  4. Environmental adaptation
  5. Fracture repair
  6. Endocrine regulation
  7. Periosteum
  8. Types of Joints
  9. Temporomandibular Joint (anatomy and function)
  10. Hyoid apparatus (anatomy and function)
  11. Skull wet lab (identification of the different bones of the head, location of articulations, comparison of different aged skulls, and biomechanics of the mandible.

Tooth Structure

  1. Classification of teeth
  2. Types of tooth development
  3. Categories of tooth types or shapes
  4. Types of tooth anchorage
  5. Jaw occlusal overlay
  6. Animals classified by teeth
  7. Types of teeth
  8. Equine tooth identification
  9. Numbering systems
  10. Tooth roots and crown heights
  11. Tooth development
  12. Types of dentin, function, and dentinal tubule arrangements
  13. Enamel (types, function, composition, location, and development)
  14. Cementum (function, composition, location, development, and adaptability)
  15. Pulp (composition, function, pulp cavity and chambers, development, and changes with age)
  16. Tooth structure differences
  17. Infundibula and enamel folds
  18. Periodontal ligaments (types and arrangements)

Muscle

  1. Types of muscle tissue
  2. Tendons and Ligaments
  3. Muscle anatomy and histology (Micro anatomy)
  4. Neuromuscular junction
  5. Muscle contraction
  6. Muscles of mastication

Nervous system

  1. Functions of the nervous system
  2. Components:
    1. Neurons
    2. Neuroglia
    3. Myelination
    4. Action potential
    5. Neurotransmitters
  3. Systems
    1. Central vs Peripheral
    2. Sensory vs Motor
    3. Somatic vs autonomic
    4. Sympathetic vs Parasympathetic
  4. Cranial nerves

Fluids

  1. Composition and percentages of cardio vascular fluids
  2. Extra cellular fluids
  3. Lymph fluids

Cardiovascular system

  1. Blood, plasma, red blood cells, proteins, white blood cells
  2. Anemia
  3. Homeostasis
  4. Capillaries
  5. Arteries, Arterioles
  6. Veins, Venules
  7. Systemic and pulmonary circulation
  8. Edema
  9. Shock and dehydration 10. Lymphatic system

Vessels and circulation

  1. Pulmonary vs systemic circulation
  2. Endothelium
  3. Arteries
  4. Arterioles
  5. Capillaries
  6. Veins
  7. Venules

Eye anatomy

  1. Eye lids (Palpebra)
  2. Globe anatomy
  3. Focus
  4. Muscles of the eye
  5. Lacrimal glands
  6. Facial nerve innervations
  7. Conjunctiva

Hearing and balance

  1. Parts of the ear
  2. Air pressure
  3. Hearing physiology

Wet lab (cadaver dissection)

  1. Identification of gross structures
  2. Integument (skin)
  3. Sub Q and fascia
  4. Insertion and origin of muscles
  5. Nerves and vessels
  6. Bone identification
  7. Salivary glands
  8. Lymph glands
  9. TMJ
  10. Hyoid apparatus
  11. Arcades and tooth sectioning
  12. Nerve blocks
  13. Sinuses and dental communication
Tooth structure

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