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Define the anatomical position, the regional and the directional terms, as well as planes and sections

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Describe the body cavities.

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Compare the structure of bony tissues and cartilages.

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Describe the microscopic structures of bones.

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Describe the bone formation and remodeling, and explain the factors that affect them.

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Anatomy of the skeleton:

Identify and describe the cranial and facial bones.

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Anatomy of the skeleton:

Describe the sutures and paranasal sinuses.

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Anatomy of the skeleton:

Identify the regions of the vertebral column.

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Anatomy of the skeleton:

Describe the ligaments and inervertebral disks associated with the vertebral column.

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Anatomy of the skeleton:

Describe the general structure f vertebrae and compare their regional differences.

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Anatomy of the skeleton:

Describe the structure of the sacrum and coccyx.

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Anatomy of the skeleton:

Describe the anatomy of the sternum and ribs.

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Anatomy of the skeleton:

Pectoral girdle: describe the structure of the scapula and clavicle.

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Anatomy of the skeleton:

Upper limb: identify the bones of the upper limb and their principal markings.

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Anatomy of the skeleton:

Pelvic girdle: identify the bones of the pelvic girdle and their principal markings.

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Anatomy of the skeleton:

Pelvic girdle: distinguish between false and true pelvis; compare the structural differences between male and female pelvis.

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Anatomy of the skeleton:

Lower limb: identify the bones of the lower limb and their principal markings.

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Describe the structural and functional classification of joints.

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Describe the structure of synovial joints, bursae and tendon sheaths.

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Describe the types of movements that can occur at synovial joints.

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Describe the structures and movements of: shoulder, elbow, hip, knee.

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Describe the structural organization of skeletal muscles together with their membranes and tendons or aponeuroses.

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Define: agonist, antagonist, synergist, fixator; origin, insertion; explain the general nomenclature of skeletal muscles.

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Describe the muscles of facial expression.

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Describe the muscles that move the eyeballs, the mandible, and the tongue.

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Describe the muscles of the neck.

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Describe the muscles that move the vertebral column.

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Describe the reespiratory muscles

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Describe the muscles of the pelvic floor and perineum.

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Describe the muscles that move the pectoral girdle.

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Describe the compartments and muscles of the arm ad forearm.

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Describe the intrinsic muscles of the hand.

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Describe the muscles that move the thigh.

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Describe the compartments and muscles of the thigh and leg.

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Describe the intrinsic muscles of the foot.

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Describe the glial cells, the structural classification of neurons; and compare gray and white mater, nucleus and ganglion.

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Cerebral hemispheres: describe the lobes, gyri and sulci of the cerebral hemispheres.

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Cerebral hemispheres: describe the location and functions of the motor, sensor, and association areas.

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Cerebral hemispheres: explain hemispheric lateralization

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Cerebral hemispheres: basal nuclei and limbic system: describe their locations and functions

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Cerebral hemispheres: cerebral white matter: describe the structures and their functions.

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Cerebral hemispheres: diencephalon.

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Cerebral hemispheres: describe the structures and unctions of the thalamus, hypothalamus, and epithalamus.

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Brainstem: describe the structures and functions of the midbrain, pons, and medulla oblongata

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Brainstem: explain the role of the reticular formation.

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Cerebellum: describe the main structures of the cerebellum; localize the cerebellar peduncles.

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Spinal cord: describe the external and internal anatomy of the spinal cord.

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Spinal cord: describe how he spinal nerves are connected to the spinal cord.

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Tissues and fluids

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