Course: Functional Anatomy II

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Course title Functional Anatomy II
Course code KTV/4114
Organizational form of instruction Lecture + Lesson
Level of course Bachelor
Year of study not specified
Semester Summer
Number of ECTS credits 4
Language of instruction Czech
Status of course Compulsory
Form of instruction Face-to-face
Work placements This is not an internship
Recommended optional programme components None
Lecturer(s)
  • Pyšný Ladislav, prof. MUDr. CSc., MPH
  • Balkó Iva, Mgr.
Course content
Subjects of lectures: 1. General anatomy of a joint. 2. Functional anatomy of fibrous tissue. 3. Functional anatomy of bone tissue. 4. Functional anatomy of muscle tissue. 5. Skull. 6. Axial system I. - spine. 7. Axial system II. thorax. 8. Skelet and joints of upper limb I. - girdle. 9. Skelet and joints of upper limb II. - arms. 10. Skelet and joints of upper limb III. - hand. 11. Skelet and joints of lower limb I. - girdle, pelvis. 12. Skelet and joints of lower limb II. thigh, shank. 13. Skelet and joints of lower limb III. foot. 14. Sectional discussion. Subjects of seminars and practical exercises: Bones, joints and muscles of particular locality. 1. Skull, neck. 2. Axial system - spine. 3. Axial system - thorax. 4. Upper limb girdle. 5. Upper limb arm, forearm. 6. Upper limb hand. 7. Lower limb girdle. 8. Lower limb - pelvis. 9. Lower limb thigh. 10. Lower limb - shank. 11. Lower limb - foot. 12. Respiratory and abdominal muscles. 13. Deep stabilization system of the spine. 14. Sectional discussion about problematics and elaborated seminar works or realised tasks.

Learning activities and teaching methods
unspecified, unspecified, unspecified, unspecified
Learning outcomes
The aim of the study-unit is to acquaint students with the basics of functional human anatomy. Lectures are docused on the anatomy of principal organs and systems. Emphasis is places next to the acquisition of theoretical knowledge about morfolody on the basic functions. The study-unit in its second part deals with the motion system - a description of the basic function of muscles, ligaments, bones and joints. Seminars are closely tied to the lecture topics and it is focused on understanding of the structure and basic function of the musculoskeletal system. Students will acquire theoretical and practical knowledge of the functional anatomy and musculoskeletal system.
After passing this subject the student is able to show basic theoretical and practical knowledge from functional anatomy focused on presented issues: - Cranium and collum - Axial system - Upper limb - Lower limb - Muscles of respiration and abdominal muscles - Deep stabilization system of spine.
Prerequisites
This subject is not bound to specific conditions.

Assessment methods and criteria
unspecified
Attendance 80%, creating of seminar work or realisation of a task in terms of seminars or practical exercises, exam.
Recommended literature
  • Čihák, R. Anatomie 1. 2., 3.. Praha: Grada., 2011.
  • Doubková, A., & Linc, R. Anatomie pro bakalářský studijní obor Fyzioterapie.. Praha: Karolinum., 2012.
  • Dylevský, I. Funkční anatomie.. Praha: Grada., 2009.


Study plans that include the course
Faculty Study plan (Version) Branch of study Category Recommended year of study Recommended semester
Faculty of Science Physical Education (A14) Physical education and sport 1 Summer
Faculty of Science Physical Education (dual-subject study) (A14) Physical education and sport 1 Summer
Faculty of Science Physical Education (A14) Physical education and sport 1 Summer
Faculty of Science Physical Education (A14) Physical education and sport 1 Summer
Faculty of Education Physical Education and Sport (A14) Physical education and sport 1 Summer
Faculty of Science Physical Education (dual-subject study) (A14) Physical education and sport 1 Summer
Faculty of Education Physical Education (A14) Physical education and sport 1 Summer
Faculty of Science Physical Education (A14) Physical education and sport 1 Summer