Course: Anatomy of Projection Methods

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Course title Anatomy of Projection Methods
Course code OPD/RDA10
Organizational form of instruction Exercise + Seminar
Level of course Bachelor
Year of study not specified
Semester Winter
Number of ECTS credits 0
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)
  • Charamza Jiří, MUDr.
Course content
The course content is the theorical and practical training provided to students with the purpose to prepare them for their duties as special radiology care professionals. Students get general and extensive knowledge from systematic and clinic anatomy of human body accordance with organ´s systems. Topographic anatomy and X-ray anatomy give an overview of extensive knowledge make it fit to needs for radiodiagnosis.

Learning activities and teaching methods
Lecture, Monologic Lecture(Interpretation, Training), Dialogic Lecture (Discussion, Dialog, Brainstorming), Work with Text (with Book, Textbook), Methods of Written Work, Observation, Demonstration, Projection (static, dynamic), Training in job and motor Skils, Laboratory Work, Work Activities, Grafic and Art Activities, Activating (Simulations, Games, Dramatization)
Learning outcomes
A survey of systematic human anatomy according to individual organ systems. Topographic anatomy of the individual regions of the human body with an emphasis on the needs of radiodiagnostics. Introduction, cell, survey of tissues, sensitivity to X-ray radiation. Anatomical nomenclature, planes and directions. Locomotor system in general. Bone structure in general. Axial skeleton and its connections. X-ray - skull. X-ray. Upper and lower extremity skeleton. X-ray - muscular system in general. Classification of skeletal muscles. Blood, lymph, tissue fluid. Circulatory system, heart, arteries, veins, spleen, blood pressure. X-ray of heart and vessels. Digestive system - individual sections of alimentary tube, liver, pancreas + X-ray. Metabolism, energy conversion, physiology of nutrition. Respiratory system - airways - lungs, pleura, projections, X-ray. Male and female genitourinary systems, X-ray. Control of organism activity. Endocrine glands. Neurohumoral regulation. Dermal system, accessory organs of skin, thermoregulation, sensory organs. Nervous system, CNS, PNS, vegetative nerves. Envelopes and cavities of CNS, X-ray. Aims is to gain a fundamental knowledge of systematic and topographic anatomy of the human organism.
After finishing this subject student knows and is able to use all knowledges in radiologic praxis from systematic human anatomy according to individual organ systems and topographic anatomy of the individual regions of the human body with an emphasis on the needs of radiodiagnostics. Introduction, cell, survey of tissues, sensitivity to X-ray radiation. Anatomical nomenclature, planes and directions. Locomotor system in general. Bone structure in general. Axial skeleton and its connections. X-ray - skull. X-ray. Upper and lower extremity skeleton. X-ray - muscular system in general. Classification of skeletal muscles. Blood, lymph, tissue fluid. Circulatory system, heart, arteries, veins, spleen, blood pressure. X-ray of heart and vessels. Digestive system - individual sections of alimentary tube, liver, pancreas + X-ray. Metabolism, energy conversion, physiology of nutrition. Respiratory system - airways - lungs, pleura, projections, X-ray. Male and female genitourinary systems, X-ray. Control of organism activity. Endocrine glands. Neurohumoral regulation. Dermal system, accessory organs of skin, thermoregulation, sensory organs. Nervous system, CNS, PNS, vegetative nerves. Envelopes and cavities of CNS, X-ray. Aims is to gain a fundamental knowledge of systematic and topographic anatomy of the human organism..
Prerequisites
Students have to know fundamental anatomy and human biology attainments at the secondary education level.

Assessment methods and criteria
Mark, Oral exam, Written exam, Essay, Student performance, Analysis of linguistic, Analysis of Activities ( Technical works), Analysis of Creative works (Music, Pictorial,Literary), Didactic Test, Dialog, Systematic Observation of Student, Questionnaire, Anamnestic Method, Analyssis of the Student's Portfolio, Visitation, Seminar Work

Continuous monitoring of the knowledge of evaluation in the range of classification A - E. 90% attendance at seminars and exercises.
Recommended literature
  • Atlas anatomie člověka (podle možností posluchačů).
  • Fotografický interaktivní atlas člověka.
  • Interaktivní atlas řezů mozkem a povrchových struktur.
  • Neuroanatomie I. - interaktivní učební text.
  • Čihák, R. (2011). Anatomie 1. Grada, Praha.
  • Čihák, R. (2013). Anatomie 2. Grada Publishing.
  • Čihák, R. (2004). Anatomie 3. Praha: Grada.
  • Dylevský, I., Druga, R., Mrázková, O. (2000). Funkční anatomie člověka.. Praha:Grada.
  • Holibková, A., Laichman, S. (2006). Přehled anatomie člověka. Vydavatelství UP Olomouc.
  • Kopecký, M., Kikalová, K., Bezděková, M., Hřivnová, M., Majerová, J. (2010). Somatologie. Olomouc.
  • Kos, J. Přehled topografické anatomie. SPN, opakovaná vydání.
  • Naňka, O., & Elišková, M. (2009). Přehled anatomie. Praha: Galén.


Study plans that include the course
Faculty Study plan (Version) Branch of study Category Recommended year of study Recommended semester
Faculty of Health Sciences Radiology Assistant (1) Health service 1 Winter