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Title: This PowerPoint presentation is a tour of the anatomy and physiology facility at Phoenix College, Phoenix, Arizona. The facility was constructed as part of a new science building in 2000.


1
Welcome
  • This PowerPoint presentation is a tour of the
    anatomy and physiology facility at Phoenix
    College, Phoenix, Arizona. The facility was
    constructed as part of a new science building in
    2000.

2
Topics Covered
  • Facilities
  • Cadaver Lab
  • Anatomy and Physiology Lab
  • How the Facilities are Used

3
Cadaver Lab
South End of Lab
North End of Lab
  • The cadaver lab is used for cadaver
    demonstrations and for individual student
    examination of the cadavers.

West Side of Lab
4
South End of the Cadaver Lab
  • The cadaver in the black bag is on a table (blue
    arrow). The cadaver is surrounded by a raised
    platform with a railing. Students can stand
    around the cadaver on the lower level while
    students on the upper level look over them.

5
Camera and Monitors
  • A camera (red arrow) on a movable arm is
    suspended over the cadaver. The camera projects
    to two 32 inch flat screen TV monitors (blue
    arrows).

6
North End of the Cadaver Lab
  • Camera (red arrow) and TV monitors (blue arrows)
    as seen from the raised platform.

7
Moving the Cadavers
  • There is room for four tables on the north end of
    the lab. The cadaver under the camera can be can
    be swapped (blue arrow) for any of the other
    cadavers. Supine versus prone cadavers and
    superficial versus deep dissections can be moved
    into the viewing area.

8
Cadaver Viewing Area
  • Over the cadaver a camera (blue arrow) and
    surgical light (red arrow) are mounted on movable
    arms.

9
Camera Arm Slide
  • The camera arm is connected to a slide (blue
    arrows), which is oriented parallel to the
    cadaver. The slide allows the camera to be
    position anywhere from the head to the foot of
    the cadaver.

10
Camera Arm Movement
  • The camera can be lowered for close-up views and
    raised for overviews (blue arrows). The camera
    is shown at its lowest position.

11
Entry to the Lab
  • Entry from an AP lab into the cadaver lab (blue
    arrow) and steps leading to the raised platform.

12
Clip Boards
  • Clip board holders with clip boards (blue arrows)
    are available to students as they enter the
    cadaver lab.

13
The Yearbook Photo
14
How it Works Most Students Prefer the Platform
15
Viewing the Monitors
16
Learning Anatomy Can Be Serious
17
Learning Anatomy Can Be Fun
18
AP Lab
North Side of the Lab
East Side of the Lab
South Side of the Lab
19
West Side of the Lab
  • The west side of the lab has a projection screen
    and white boards. On both sides of the white
    boards are 35 inch monitors. The instructors
    station is indicated by the blue arrow.

20
Computers
  • Every two students share a computer. There are
    twelve computers on twelve tables.

21
The AP Lab in Action
  • ADAM (Animated Dissection of Anatomy for
    Medicine) is a computer program that enables
    students to do virtual dissections of the human
    body. ADAM, bones, cadavers, models, and animal
    organ dissection are used in the study of anatomy.

22
Camera on Cart
  • The monitors are supplied by a camera on a cart.
    A camera arm allows the camera position to be
    varied. Also on the cart is a monitor for the
    instructor.

23
Using the Camera
  • The camera projects to the two 35 inch TV
    monitors in the lab. The details of small
    objects, such as this sheep eye, can be seen by
    the entire class. The instructor is facing the
    class and at the same time can view the image
    seen on the large TVs in the small monitor on the
    cart.
  • There is a famous quote from the 1942 movie
    Casablanca that anatomist frequently use.
    While observing a female sheep eye, Rick Blaine
    (Humphrey Bogart) said, Heres looking at ewe.

24
Skeletons in Our Closets
  • Yes, we have skeletons in our closets. On the
    south and north sides of the lab are skeleton
    closets. The articulated skeletons can be pulled
    out of their closets during bone labs.

25
Counter Top Space
  • Counter top space around three sides of the lab
    are used for display, study, and review.

26
Sheep Brains
  • In Biology 201, sheep brains are dissected as
    part of the study of the nervous system.

27
Sheep Eyes
  • In Biology 201, sheep eyes are dissected as part
    of the study of the special senses.

28
Sheep Heart
  • In Biology 202, sheep hearts are dissected as
    part of the study of the circulatory system.

29
Support Materials
  • A variety of models are available to supplement
    ADAM, the cadavers, and the organ dissections.

30
Did You Enjoy the Tour?
  • Greetings! My name is Dr. Phil Tate. I hope
    this PowerPoint slide show gives you an idea of
    how the anatomy and physiology labs work at
    Phoenix College. If you have any questions,
    please contact me at 602-285-7105 or
    phil.tate_at_pcmail.maricopa.edu.
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