Curriculum for 'General Anatomy'

The following document outlines the details of Objectives of Anatomy contents to be taught in 'General Anatomy' section during undergraduate medical sciences (MBBS) program.

Contents:

Anatomical terminologies
General Osteology
General Arthtology
Organization of Nervous System
Organization of Spinal Nerve



Objectives:

At the end of the course, students should be able to:

General Anatomy
  1. Use the anatomical terminologies appropriately.
  2. Classify the bone morphologically and quote the examples.
  3. Describe the parts of a long bone.
  4. Describe different types of epiphysis.
  5. Define the ossification and different types of ossification centres.
  6. Describe the blood supply of the typical long bone and appraise its significance in osteomyelitis.
  7. Summarize the steps of ossification and explain the significance of law of ossification.
  8. Differentiate among the different types of joints and list the examples.
  9. Describe the features of a typical synovial joint.
  10. Summarize the basic organization of nervous system and its functional significance.
  11. Summarize the organization of a spinal nerve and overview of its distribution.
You can find compiled curriculum at Undergraduate Anatomy Curriculum.