Anatomy and Physiology for NURSING, M.B.B.S, BDS, , DMLT, PHYSIOTHERAPY, PHARMACY

Anatomy and Physiology for NURSING, M.B.B.S, BDS, , DMLT, PHYSIOTHERAPY, PHARMACY

CONTENT
• Anatomical organization of human body
 Anatomical terms
 Anatomical planes
 Movements
 Structure of cell, tissues, membranes and gland
 Types of cartilage
 Feature of skeletal, smooth and cardiac muscle

• Respiratory System
 Structure of the organs of respiration
 Muscles of respiration

• Digestive System
 Structure of alimentary canal and accessory organs of digestion

• Circulatory and lymphatic system
 Structure of blood components, blood vessels – arterial and venous system
 Position of heart relative to the associated structures
 Chambers of heart, layers of heart
 Heart valves, coronary arteries
 Nerve and blood supply to heart
 Lymphatic tissue
 Veins used for IV injections

• Endocrine system
 Structure of hypothalamus, pineal gland, pituitary gland, thyroid, parathyroid, thymus, pancreas and adrenal glands

• Sensory organs
 Structure of skin, eye, ear, nose and tongue

• Musculoskeletal system

 Anatomical positions
 Bones – types, structure, growth and ossification
 Axial and appendicular skeleton
 Joints – classification, major joints and structure

• Muscular system
 Types and structure of muscles
 Muscle groups – muscles of the head, neck, thorax, abdomen, pelvis, upper limb and lower limbs
 Principal muscles – deltoid, biceps, triceps, respiratory, abdominal, pelvic floor, pelvic floor muscles, gluteal muscles and vastus lateralis

• Renal system
 Structure of kidney, ureters, bladders, urethra

• Reproductive system
 Structure of male reproductive organs
 Structure of female reproductive organs
 Structure of breast

• Nervous System
 Structure of neurons
 CNS, ANS, AND PNS (central, autonomic and peripheral)
 Structure of brain, spinal cord, cranial nerves, spinal nerves, peripheral nerves, functional areas of cerebral cortex
 Ventricular system, formation, circulation, and drainage

• Integumentary System
• Immune System
• Hematological System

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