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Title: Human Anatomy Lecture ANAT 1


1
Human Anatomy Lecture (ANAT 1)
  • Instructor Ms. Faust
  • E-mail hfaust_at_mpc.edu
  • Phone 646-4130
  • Office LS 207A
  • Homepage www.mpc.edu (Faculty Staff)
  • A little bit about me, followed by a
  • brief review of the Green Sheet Course
    Schedule.
  • Please turn off your cell phone.

2
Human Anatomy Lecture (ANAT 1)
  • Office Hours M/W 830 am to 9 am
  • T/Th 5 pm to 6 pm
  • Fri. 10 am to noon
  • OFFICE LOCATION LS 207 or LS 207A
  • Do NOT wait until the morning/night of an exam to
    come and see me in my office!

3
Human Anatomy Lecture (ANAT 1)
  • Pre-requisites -ANAT 5 is strongly recommended
  • -dedication, motivation, energy, time,
    persistence, organization, and
    preparation.
  • Text Martini et al., Human Anatomy (5th Edition
    or earlier)

4
Grades Exams
  • One quiz (25 pts)
  • Two mid-term lecture exams (100 pts. each)
  • Essay style and short answer questions
  • Draw/label diagrams, images graphs
  • Fill in tables
  • Definitions (you may be given choices)
  • Create lists
  • Provide examples
  • Ect.
  • One cumulative final exam (200 pts.)
  • There are NO MAKE UP EXAMS

5
Approx. Grading Scale
  • A 90 - 100
  • B 75 - 89
  • C 60 - 74
  • D 50 - 59
  • F less than 50
  • There is no extra credit and exams are NOT
    curved. However, the scores from each student
    are distributed on a graph and I will look for
    natural breaks in the scores. I strive to be
    thorough, challenging, and fair when in comes to
    exams and assigning grades.

6
Review Green Sheet Tonight
  • Identify course goals.
  • Become familiar with the regulation and
    expectations for students.
  • Review tips for success.
  • Write down quiz exam dates on your calendar!
    You MUST take exams in during your scheduled
    lecture slot.

7
Lecture 1 Introduction
  • What is anatomy?
  • Microscopic Anatomy
  • Gross Anatomy
  • Other perspectives on anatomy
  • Levels of Organization
  • Organ Systems
  • Body cavities
  • Review (if we have time) anatomical position,
    directional terms, planes of section

8
Introduction
  • Anatomy Greek root words
  • temno cut
  • ana- up
  • Focuses on structures
  • All specific functions are performed by specific
    structures.
  • Structure, therefore, determines function (or
    physiology).

9
Introduction
  • We will study Functional Systemic Anatomy
  • Identify relationship between structure
    function
  • Attempt to build logical relationships (along
    with memorization!)
  • Study each of the 11 organ system sequentially
  • Prepare you for success in Human Physiology
  • Explore topics using microscopic AND macroscopic
    anatomy

10
Microscopic Anatomy
  • Microscopic anatomy (fine anatomy) is defined as
    structures that can not be seen without
    magnification.
  • Cytology study of cells (Ch 2)
  • Histology study of tissues (Ch 3)

11
Macroscopic (Gross) Anatomy
  • study structures visible to the unaided eye.
  • Put labels on some 1000 different parts.

12
Other Perspectives on Anatomy
  • Independent Study Section
  • Consider other reasons to study anatomy.
  • Consider the various approaches you might take
    to understand/apply anatomy.
  • Get motivated!

13
Levels of Organization
  • Atoms
  • Chemicals
  • Cells
  • Tissues
  • Organs
  • Organ Systems
  • Organism
  • Population

7. Population Level
Figure 1.4
14
Levels of Organization
  • Main chemical elements/atoms
  • Hydrogen, oxygen, carbon, and nitrogen

Figure 1.3 a Composition of the Body at the
Chemical Level of Organization
15
Levels of Organization
  • Main chemical molecules
  • Major classes of compounds
  • Water
  • Proteins
  • Lipids
  • Carbohydrates
  • Nucleic acids

Figure 1.3 b
16
The 11 Human Organ Systems
Figure 1.4
17
The Integumentary System
Figure 1.6a The Organ Systems of the Body
18
The Skeletal System
Figure 1.6b The Organ Systems of the Body
19
The Muscular System
Figure 1.6c The Organ Systems of the Body
20
The Nervous System
Figure 1.6d The Organ Systems of the Body
21
The Endocrine System
Figure 1.6e The Organ Systems of the Body
22
The Cardiovascular System
Figure 1.6f The Organ Systems of the Body
23
The Lymphatic System
Figure 1.6g The Organ Systems of the Body
24
The Respiratory System
Figure 1.6h The Organ Systems of the Body
25
The Digestive System
Figure 1.6i The Organ Systems of the Body
26
The Urinary System
Figure 1.6j The Organ Systems of the Body
27
The Male Reproductive System
Figure 1.6k The Organ Systems of the Body
28
Body Cavities
  • 1. Dorsal Cavity a) cranial cavity contains the
    brain
  • b) vertebral canal contains ______ ___
  • 2. Ventral Cavity a) thoracic cavity
  • b) abdominopelvic cavity
  • -separated by the diaphragm
  • -lined w/ serous membrane (why?)

29
Ventral Body Cavity
  • Thoracic Cavity
  • Surrounded by chest wall and diaphragm
  • Divided into
  • Pleural Cavities (Right Left)
  • Contain the lungs
  • Mediastinum
  • Contains esophagus, trachea, blood vessels
  • Contain pericardial cavity (HEART)

30
Ventral Body Cavity
  • Abdominopelvic Cavity
  • Contains the peritoneal cavity
  • Divided into
  • Abdominal Cavity
  • Contains stomach, liver, gallbladder, pancreas
  • Pelvic Cavity
  • Contains bladder, reproductive organs
  • Contain terminal portion of large intestine

31
Details of the Ventral Cavity
Insert fig 1.13
Figure 1.13 The Ventral Body Cavity
32
Homework
  • Independent Study Topics (Chapter 1)
  • Strategies for the study of anatomy
  • Directional terms (lab 1 also)
  • Planes of section (lab 1 also)
  • Complete Review Questions
  • Consult with Textbook (photos mainly)
  • Skim over Chapter 2 (cells) in preparation for
    lecture 2

33
Anatomical Position
  • standing upright
  • arms at sides
  • palms facing forward (little fingers by the
    thigh)
  • feet flat on the floor
  • face straight ahead

34
Anatomical Directions
Figure 1.10 Directional References
35
Sectional Anatomy
Figure 1.11 Planes of Section
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