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Courses are guided lessons through anatomical topics, created by subject matter experts. Choose a Course to prepare for pre-med, add to your collection of revision material, or to enhance your knowledge of specific body regions or systems.

Courses are presented by a team of top anatomical experts from leading universities. These subject matter experts offer high quality, accurate information beginning from the key concepts and principles of human gross anatomy, to more advanced and complex material.

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Regional OR Systemic

Undergraduate Human Anatomy

Regional OR Systemic

Undergraduate Human Anatomy

Undergraduate Human Anatomy is an interactive lecture based course studying terminology, tissues, skeleton, muscles, blood vessels, and nerves of the seven regions of the body. The regions of interest include: Back, Lower Limb, Upper Limb, Head/Neck, Thorax, Abdomen, and Pelvis. The focus of this course we will be to introduce many of the underlying concepts and principles related to human gross anatomy as appropriate for an undergraduate level of education.

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Learning Outcomes

  • A student will be able to use anatomical terms correctly.
  • A student will be able to identify structures (e.g. bones, muscles, nerves, blood vessels and organs of the human body) on the cadavers and models of a given anatomical region.
  • A student will be able to relate the presented material with material discussed in lectures and textbooks.

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Contents

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REGIONAL

SYSTEMIC

MODULE 1

Overview of Body Systems

Introduction to Anatomical Position, Planes and Terminology

26 MINUTES

Introduction to the Muscular System

47 MINUTES

Introduction to the Skeletal System

34 MINUTES

Introduction to the Joints

33 MINUTES

Introduction to the Cardiovascular System

21 MINUTES

Introduction to the Nervous System

33 MINUTES

Introduction to the Autonomic Nervous System

31 MINUTES

Introduction to the Integumentary, Lymphatic and Endocrine Systems

28 MINUTES

MODULE 2

The Back

Vertebral Column

14 MINUTES

Joints and Movements of the Vertebral Column

3 MINUTES

Spinal Cord

22 MINUTES

Muscles of the Back

13 MINUTES

MODULE 3

The Upper Limb

Bones of the Pectoral Girdle and Upper Limb

27 MINUTES

Joints of the Upper Limb

28 MINUTES

Muscles of the Upper Limb

42 MINUTES

Nerves of the Upper Limb

29 MINUTES

Blood Vessels of the Upper Limb

20 MINUTES

Special Areas of the Upper Limb

18 MINUTES

MODULE 4

Lower Limb

Bones of the Pelvic Girdle and Lower Limb

27 MINUTES

Joints of the Lower Limb

23 MINUTES

Muscles of the Lower Limb

56 MINUTES

Nerves of the Lower Limb

26 MINUTES

Blood Vessels of the Lower Limb

29 MINUTES

Special Areas of the Lower Limb

21 MINUTES

MODULE 5

The Thorax

The Thoracic Cage

19 MINUTES

Thoracic Muscles and Subdivisions

26 MINUTES

The Respiratory System

29 MINUTES

The Heart

52 MINUTES

MODULE 6

The Abdomen and Pelvis

Abdominal and Pelvic Musculoskeletal System

53 MINUTES

Digestive System

12 MINUTES

Neurovasculature of the Abdomen and Pelvis

22 MINUTES

Urinary System

32 MINUTES

Male Reproductive System

12 MINUTES

MODULE 7

The Head and Neck

The Skull

44 MINUTES

The Brain

36 MINUTES

Meninges and Circulation of the Brain

17 MINUTES

Organs of Special Sense

66 MINUTES

Cranial Nerves I - VI

31 MINUTES

Cranial Nerves VII - XII

26 MINUTES

Muscles and Vessels of the Head and Neck

33 MINUTES

MODULE 1

Anatomical Terminology

Introduction to Anatomical Position, Planes and Terminology

25 MINUTES

Surface Anatomy

36 MINUTES

MODULE 2

Skeletal System

Introduction to the Skeletal System

34 MINUTES

The Vertebral Column

13 MINUTES

The Thoracic Cage

16 MINUTES

Bones of the Pectoral Girdle and Upper Limb

27 MINUTES

Bony Pelvis

23 MINUTES

Bones of the Lower Limb

22 MINUTES

The Skull

43 MINUTES

MODULE 3

Joints

Introduction to the Joints

33 MINUTES

Joints and Movements of the Vertebral Column

3 MINUTES

Joints of the Upper Limb

28 MINUTES

Joints of the Lower Limb

23 MINUTES

MODULE 4

Muscular System

Introduction to the Muscular System

47 MINUTES

Muscles of the Trunk

28 MINUTES

Muscles of the Upper Limb

42 MINUTES

Muscles of the Lower Limb

56 MINUTES

Muscles of the Head and Neck

24 MINUTES

MODULE 5

Cardiovascular System

The Heart

52 MINUTES

Blood Vessels of the Upper Limb

20 MINUTES

Blood Vessels of the Abdomen and Pelvis

11 MINUTES

Blood Vessels of the Head and Neck

19 MINUTES

Introduction to the Cardiovascular System

21 MINUTES

Blood Vessels of the Lower Limb

28 MINUTES

MODULE 6

Nervous System

Introduction to the Nervous System

33 MINUTES

Introduction to the Autonomic Nervous System

31 MINUTES

Spinal Cord

22 MINUTES

Nerves of the Upper Limb

29 MINUTES

Nerves of the Lower Limb

26 MINUTES

Nerves of the Abdomen

11 MINUTES

The Brain

42 MINUTES

Cranial Nerves I - VI

31 MINUTES

Cranial Nerves VII - XII

26 MINUTES

Organs of Special Sense

66 MINUTES

MODULE 7

Digestive System

Digestive System

18 MINUTES

MODULE 8

Respiratory System

Muscles of Respiration and the Thorax

13 MINUTES

Respiratory System

32 MINUTES

MODULE 9

Urinary and Reproductive Systems

Urinary System

32 MINUTES

Male Reproductive System

12 MINUTES

MODULE 10

Integumentary, Lymphatic, and Endocrine Systems

Introduction to the Integumentary, Lymphatic and Endocrine Systems

28 MINUTES

MODULE 11

Special Areas

Special Areas of the Upper Limb

11 MINUTES

Special Areas of the Lower Limb

15 MINUTES