Syllabus Curriculum (undergraduate)

Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh

Faculty of Veterinary Science

 

 

1. Name of the Department: Department of Anatomy and Histology
2. The total number of the teacher(s): 15
3. The number of courses offered (Undergraduate):   09

 

4. Syllabus Curriculum at a glance

 Compulsory Courses:

  

Course code & title

Credit

Contact

hours

Level  and Semester

VAH 1101, Basic and Musculoskeletal Anatomy

2T

2

Level 1 Semester 1

VAH 1102,  Basic and Musculoskeletal Anatomy

1P

2

Level 1 Semester 1

VAH 1103, General Histology and Embryology

1T

1

Level 1 Semester 1

VAH 1104, General Histology and Embryology

1P

2

Level 1 Semester 1

VAH 1201, Splanchnic Anatomy and Aesthesiology

2T

2

Level 1 Semester 2

VAH 1202, Splanchnic Anatomy and Aesthesiology

1P

2

Level 1 Semester 2

VAH 1203, Systemic Histology

2T

2

Level 1 Semester 2

VAH 1204, Systemic Histology

1P

2

Level 1 Semester 2

VAH 1206, Aquatic and Avian Anatomy

1P

2

Level 1 Semester 2

VAH 2108, Comparative Anatomy and Neuro Anatomy

1P

2

Level 2 Semester 1

VAH 3110, Applied Anatomy

1P

2

Level 3 Semester 1

Total credits

14

 

 

 

  Optional Course:

  

VAH 2107, Laboratory and Zoo Animal Anatomy

1T

2

Level 2 Semester 1

 

 

 

 Course Profile

 

Course Code: VAH 1101

Course Title: Basic and Musculoskeletal Anatomy

Credit: 02

Contact Hours: 02

Level: 1

Semester: 1

Course offering department:

Anatomy and Histology

 

Rationale

Students wishing to be skilled veterinarian will need to have a thorough understanding of the anatomical terms, bones, cartilages, joints, muscles of the animal body

 

Course Learning Outcomes (CLO)

CLOs

Title

Aligned PLO

CLO 1

Explain the basic concepts of anatomy

PLO 1

CLO 2

Describe different types of  bones and cartilages

PLO 1

CLO 3

Illustrate the form and structures of joints

PLO 1

CLO 4

Discuss the muscles of different body regions

PLO 1

 

Summary of Course Content  

Course content

Aligned CLO

No. of lectures

  1. Definition, branches, scope and methods of anatomical study

1

2

  1. Topographic and descriptive terminologies

1

1

  1. Definition, scope and importance of radiographic anatomy

1

1

  1. The description of the factors of anatomical variation

1

1

  1. Definition and classification of bones and skeleton, structure and composition of a bone

2

2

  1. Bones of the axial skeleton

2

7

  1. Bones of the appendicular skeleton

2

7

  1. Definition, classification, formation and movements of joints

3

5

  1. Origin, insertion, structure, action, blood and nerve supply of the muscles of different body regions of animals

4

5

 

Teaching strategy

Lecture, demonstration, assignment, video presentation, question and answering

 

Assessment strategy

Written exam (quiz, short and descriptive questions)

 

Recommended books and other resources

  • Sisson and Grossman’s The Anatomy of the Domestic Animals, Robert Getty 1975: Vol. 1 and 2, 5thedn, WB Saunders Company, Philadelphia, London, Toronto.

 

  • Dyce, Sack and Wensing’s Textbook of Veterinary anatomy, Baljit Singh, 5th edition.

 

  • Bovine Anatomy, McLeod WM 1964: 2ndedn, Burger Publishing Company.

 

 

Course Code: VAH 1102

Course Title: Basic and Musculoskeletal Anatomy

Credit: 01

Contact Hours: 02

Level: 1

Semester: 1

Course offering department:

Anatomy and Histology

 

Rationale

Students wishing to be skilled veterinarian will need to have a thorough understanding of the anatomical terms, bones, cartilages, joints, muscles of the animal body

 

Course Learning Outcomes (CLO)

CLOs

Title

Aligned PLO

CLO 1

Identify anatomical terminologies, form and structure of bones and cartilages

PLO 1

CLO 2

Explain the formation and movements of joints

PLO 1

CLO 3

Demonstrate  the muscles of different regions of the animal body

PLO 1

 

Summary of Course Content  

Course content

Aligned CLO

No. of lectures

  1. Topographic and descriptive terminologies

1

1

  1. Bones, foramina, cavities (with boundaries) and joints of the skull of animals.

1,2

2

  1. Morphological characteristics of bones and joints (name only) of the vertebral column, ribs and sternum.

1,2

1

  1. Segments, bones and joints of the forelimb and hind limb

1,2

2

  1. Muscles of head, neck and abdominal regions of the goat.

3

3

  1. Muscles of the forelimb

3

2

  1. Muscles of the hindlimb

3

2

 

Teaching strategy

Lecture, Demonstration, Group discussion, Video presentation, Question and answering

 

Assessment strategy

Identification, Quiz, Viva-voce, Assignment and Presentation

  

Recommended books and other resources

  • Sisson and Grossman’s The Anatomy of the Domestic Animals, Robert Getty 1975: Vol. 1 and 2, 5thedn, WB Saunders Company, Philadelphia, London, Toronto.

 

  • Dyce, Sack and Wensing’s Textbook of Veterinary Anatomy, Baljit Singh 2017: 5th edn, St. Louis, Missouri, Saunders.

 

  • Bovine Anatomy, McLeod WM 1964: 2ndedn, Burger Publishing Company.

 

  • The Anatomy of Sheep, Neil DS May 1977: 3rd edn, University of queensland Press, Sydney.

 

  • A guide to Regional Ruminant Anatomy Based on the Dissection of Goat, Gheorgh M. Constantinescu 2001: 1st edn, lowa State University Press, Ames.

 

  • Anatomy and Physiology of Farm Animals, RD Frandson, TL Spurgeon 1992: 5thedn, Lippincott Williams and Wilkins Company Philadelphia, London

 

 

Course Code: VAH 1103

Course Title: General Histology and Embryology

Credit: 01

Contact Hours: 01

Level: 1

Semester: 1

Course offering department:

Anatomy and Histology

 

Rationale

Students wishing to be skilled veterinarian will need to have a thorough understanding of basic concept on cells, tissues and embryonic development of animals and birds

 

Course Learning Outcomes (CLO)

CLOs

Title

Aligned PLO

CLO 1

Explain cytology and  histology

PLO 1, 6

CLO 2

Describe the histology of basic tissues

PLO 1, 6

CLO 3

Illustrate the growth and development of an embryo

PLO 1, 6

 

Summary of Course Content  

Course content

Aligned CLO

No. of lectures

  1. Preparation of a permanent slide and structure of a cell

1

1

  1. Surface epithelial tissue

2

1

  1. Glandular epithelial tissue

2

2

  1. Connective tissue

2

3

  1. Muscular tissue

2

1

  1. Nervous tissue

2

1

  1. Definition of embryology, objectives of embryology; gametogenesis (formation of spermatozoa and oocyte), fertilization and stages of fertilization.

3

2

  1. Definition, classification and formation of the placenta

3

1

  1. Vertebrates’ embryonic development (Cleavage, morula, gastrulation, germ layers, and derivatives of germ layers)

3

3

 

Teaching strategy

Lecture, demonstration, assignment, video presentation, question and answering

 

Assessment strategy

Written exam (quiz, short and descriptive questions)

  

Recommended books and other resources

  • Textbook of Veterinary Histology, H. Dieter Dellmann 1998: 5thedn, Lea and Febiger, Philadelphia.
  • Bailey’s Textbook of Histology, Copenharver WM and Bunge RP 1975: 16thedn, The William and Alikins Company/Daltimare.
  • Color Atlas of Veterinary Histology, Willium J Bacha, Jr. Linda, M Linda, M wood: Lea and Febiger, Philadelphia.
  • Color Atlas of Human Histology, Mariano SH Di. Fiora: 4thedn, Lea and Febiger, Philadelphia.
  • Color Atlas of Avian Anatomy, McLelland J1997: WB Saunders Co. USA.
  • Langman’s Medical Embryology, 12th edition, by Sadler, T. W.
  • The Early Embryology of the chicks, Bradley M. Pattern 1971: 5thedn, McGraw-Hill Book Company, New York.

 

Course Code: VAH 1104

Course Title: General Histology and Embryology

Credit: 01

Contact Hours: 02

Level: 1

Semester: 1

Course offering department:

Anatomy and Histology

 

Rationale

Students wishing to be skilled veterinarian will need to have a thorough understanding of the basic concept on cells, tissues and embryonic development of animals and birds

 

Course Learning Outcomes (CLO)

CLOs

Title

Aligned PLO

CLO 1

Define cytology, histology and demonstrate histological techniques

PLO 1, 6

CLO 2

Characterize the histology of basic tissues

PLO 1, 6

CLO 3

Demonstrate the growth and development of an embryo

PLO 1, 6

 

Summary of Course Content  

Course content

Aligned CLO

No. of lectures

  1. An introduction to the microscope.

1

1

  1. Structure of a cell.

1

1

  1. Preparation of permanent slides by general and special staining techniques.

1

1

  1. Epithelial, connective, muscular and nervous tissues

2

7

  1. Different stages of embryonic development of chicken.

3

5

 

Teaching strategy

Lecture, microscopic demonstration, group discussion, video presentation, question and answering

 

Assessment strategy

Identification, Quiz, Viva-voce, Assignment and Presentation.

 

Recommended books and other resources

  • Textbook of Veterinary Histology, H. Dieter Dellmann 1998: 5thedn, Lea and Febiger, Philadelphia.
  • Bailey’s Textbook of Histology, Copenharver WM and Bunge RP 1975: 16thedn, The William and Alikins Company/Daltimare.
  • Color Atlas of Veterinary Histology, Willium J Bacha, Jr. Linda, M Linda, M wood: Lea and Febiger, Philadelphia.
  • Color Atlas of Human Histology, Mariano SH Di. Fiora: 4thedn, Lea and Febiger, Philadelphia.
  • Color Atlas of Avian Anatomy, McLelland J1997: WB Saunders Co. USA.
  • Langman’s Medical Embryology, 12th edition, by Sadler, T. W.
  • The Early Embryology of the chicks, Bradley M. Pattern 1971: 5thedn, McGraw-Hill Book Company, New York.

 

 

  

Course Code: VAH 1201

Course Title: Splanchnic Anatomy and Aesthesiology

Credit: 02

Contact Hours: 02

Level: 1

Semester: 2

Course offering department:

Anatomy and Histology

 

Rationale

Students wishing to be skilled veterinarian will need to have a thorough understanding of the visceral organs, sense organs, and common integument of animals

 

Course Learning Outcomes (CLO)

CLOs

Title

Aligned PLO

CLO 1

Illustrate the form and structure of visceral organs of  animals

PLO 1

CLO 2

Explain the sense organs, skin and appendages of animals

PLO 1

CLO 3

Describe the endocrine glands of animals

PLO 1

 

Summary of Course Content  

Course content

Aligned CLO

No. of lectures

  1. The gastrointestinal tract of animals

1

4

  1. Accessory digestive organs of animals

1

4

  1. Peritoneum, its modification and pouches

1

2

  1. Nasal cavity, pleura, larynx, trachea and lungs

1

4

  1. Organs of circulation

1

3

  1. Organs of the urinary system

1

2

  1. Organs of the male genital system

1

4

  1. Organs of the female genital system

1

4

  1. Sense organs- eye, ear, nose, skin and its appendages

2

3

  1. Endocrine glands

3

2

 

Teaching strategy

Lecture, demonstration, assignment, video presentation, question and answering

 

Assessment strategy

Written exam (quiz, short and descriptive questions).

 

Recommended books and other resources

  • Sisson and Grossman’s The Anatomy of the Domestic Animals, Robert Getty 1975: Vol. 1 and 2, 5th edn, WB Saunders Company, Philadelphia, London, Toronto.
  • Dyce, Sack and Wensing’s Textbook of Veterinary anatomy, Baljit Singh, 5th edition.
  • Bovine Anatomy, McLeod WM 1964: 2ndedn, Burger Publishing Company. Langman’s Medical Embryology, 12th edition, by Sadler, T. W.

 

 

Course Code: VAH 1202

Course Title: Splanchnic Anatomy and Aesthesiology

Credit: 01

Contact Hours: 02

Level: 1

Semester: 2

Course offering department:

Anatomy and Histology

 

Rationale

Students wishing to be skilled veterinarian will need to become knowledgeable about the visceral organs, sense organs, and common integument of animals

 

Course Learning Outcomes (CLO)

CLOs

Title

Aligned PLO

CLO 1

Gross demonstration of the form and structure of visceral organs of  animals

PLO 1

CLO 2

Identify the sense organs, skin and its appendages of animals

PLO 1

 

Summary of Course Content  

Course content

Aligned CLO

No. of lectures

  1. Visceral organs of different systems of animals

1

10

  1. Sense organs of animals

2

3

  1. Skin and its modification in animals

2

2

 

Teaching strategy

Lecture, demonstration, group discussion, video presentation, question and answering

 

Assessment strategy

Identification, Quiz, Viva-voce, Assignment and Presentation.

 

Recommended books and other resources

  • Sisson and Grossman’s The Anatomy of the Domestic Animals, Robert Getty 1975: Vol. 1 and 2, 5thedn, WB Saunders Company, Philadelphia, London, Toronto.
  • Dyce, Sack and Wensing’s Textbook of Veterinary anatomy, Baljit Singh, 5th edition.
  • Bovine Anatomy, McLeod WM 1964: 2ndedn, Burger Publishing Company.Langman’s Medical Embryology, 12th edition, by Sadler, T. W.

 

 

Course Code: VAH 1203

Course Title: Systemic Histology

Credit: 02

Contact Hours: 02

Level: 1

Semester: 2

Course offering department:

Anatomy and Histology

 

Rationale

Students wishing to be skilled veterinarian will need to have a thorough understanding of the histological structure of different tissues and organs of different systems of animals and birds

 

Course Learning Outcomes (CLO)

CLOs

Title

Aligned PLO

CLO 1

Explain the histological features of different organs or tissues of cardiovascular and respiratory systems.

PLO 1, 6

CLO 2

Describe the histological structures of organs or tissues of the digestive system.

PLO 1, 6

CLO 3

Illustrate the histological structures of organs or tissues of the urogenital system

PLO 1, 6

CLO 4

Describe the histological structures of organs or tissues of the endocrine system and sense organs

PLO 1, 6

 

Summary of Course Content  

Course content

Aligned CLO

No. of lectures

  1. Organs or structures/tissues of cardiovascular and lymphatic systems.

1

5

  1. Nasal cavity, olfactory organ, and vomeronasal organ, nasopharynx, larynx, trachea, and lung including bronchi, bronchioles, alveolar duct, alveolar sac, alveoli and alveolar sacs.

1

3

  1. Alimentary canals and accessory digestive organs.

2

7

  1. Organs or structures of the urinary system.

2

3

  1. Organs or structures of the male genital system.

3

4

  1. Organs or structures of the female genital system.

4

4

  1. Different glands of the endocrine system.

5

4

  1. Sense organs or structures of the animal body.

5

2

 

Teaching strategy

Lecture, demonstration, assignment, video presentation, question and answering

 

Assessment strategy

Written exam (quiz, short and descriptive questions)

 

Recommended books and other resources

  • Textbook of Veterinary Histology, H. Dieter Dellmann 1998: 5thedn, Lea and Febiger, Philadelphia.
  • Bailey’s Textbook of Histology, Copenharver WM and Bunge RP 1975: 16thedn, The William and Alikins Company/Daltimare.
  • Color Atlas of Veterinary Histology, Willium J Bacha, Jr. Linda, M Linda, M wood: Lea and Febiger, Philadelphia.
  • Color Atlas of Human Histology, Mariano SH Di. Fiora: 4thedn, Lea and Febiger, Philadelphia.

 

 

Course Code: VAH 1204

Course Title: Systemic Histology

Credit: 01

Contact Hours: 02

Level: 1

Semester: 2

Course offering department:

Anatomy and Histology

 

Rationale

Students wishing to be skilled veterinarian will need to become knowledgeable about the histological structure of different tissues and organs of different systems of animals and birds

 

Course Learning Outcomes (CLO)

CLOs

Title

Aligned PLO

CLO 1

Identify the normal histological structure of different cells, tissues, organs and structures of different systems of the animal body.

PLO 1, 6

 

Summary of Course Content  

Course content

Aligned CLO

No. of lectures

  1. Organs of circulation (heart and blood vessels), lymphatic tissues and organs.

1

2

  1. Nasal passages, larynx, trachea and the lungs.

1

1

  1. Alimentary canals and accessory digestive organs.

1

4

  1. Kidney, ureter, urinary bladder and urethra.

1

1

  1. Male and female reproductive organs.

1

4

  1. Endocrine glands (Pituitary, adrenal, thyroid, parathyroid, pancreas)

1

2

  1. Sense organs

1

1

 

Teaching strategy

Lecture, demonstration, group discussion, video presentation, question and answering

 

Assessment strategy

Identification, quiz, viva-voce, assignment and presentation

 

Recommended books and other resources

  • Textbook of Veterinary Histology, H. Dieter Dellmann 1998: 5thedn, Lea and Febiger, Philadelphia.
  • Bailey’s Textbook of Histology, Copenharver WM and Bunge RP 1975: 16thedn, The William and Alikins Company/Daltimare.
  • Color Atlas of Veterinary Histology, Willium J Bacha, Jr. Linda, M Linda, M wood: Lea and Febiger, Philadelphia.
  • Color Atlas of Human Histology, Mariano SH Di. Fiora: 4thedn, Lea and Febiger, Philadelphia.

 

 

Course Code: VAH 1206

Course Title: Aquatic and Avian Anatomy

Credit: 01

Contact Hours: 02

Level: 1

Semester: 2

Course offering department:

Anatomy and Histology

 

Rationale

Students wishing to be skilled veterinarian will need to become knowledgeable about the anatomical terms, bones, cartilages, joints, muscles, visceral organs, organs of blood vascular, lymphatic and nervous systems of aquatic and avian species

 

Course Learning Outcomes (CLO)

CLOs

Title

Aligned PLO

CLO 1

Identify the anatomical terminologies of aquatic and avian species

PLO 1, 6

CLO 2

Identify the form and structure of bones and cartilages

PLO 1, 6

CLO 3

Explain the formation and movements of  joints

PLO 1, 6

CLO 4

Identify the muscles of different body regions

PLO 1, 6

CLO 5

Identify the form and structure of visceral organs

PLO 1, 6

CLO 6

Identify the blood vascular and lymphatic organs

PLO 1, 6

CLO 7

Identify the anatomical structures of the nervous system

PLO 1, 6

 

Summary of Course Content  

Course content

Aligned CLO

No. of lectures

  1. Special anatomical terminologies of birds and aquatic animals

1

1

  1. Morphological characteristics of bones of the axial skeleton of birds and aquatic animals

2

1

  1. Morphological characteristics of bones of the appendicular skeleton of birds and aquatic animals

2

1

  1. Segments, bones and joints of different body regions

3

1

  1. Muscles of pectoral, abdominal and thigh regions

4

1

  1. Segments of the gastrointestinal tract of birds and aquatic animals

5

2

  1. Accessory digestive organs of birds and aquatic animals

5

1

  1. Organs of the respiratory system of birds and aquatic animals

5

1

  1. Organs of the urinary system of birds and aquatic animals

5

1

  1. Organs of the male genital system of birds and aquatic animals

5

1

  1. Organs of the female genital system of birds and aquatic animals and organs involved in egg formation

5

1

  1. Organs of endocrine glands of birds and aquatic animals

5

1

  1. External and internal features of heart, lymphatic organs, major vessels and their distribution of birds and aquatic animals.

6

1

  1. Structures of the nervous system of birds and aquatic animals

7

1

 

Teaching strategy

Lecture, demonstration, group discussion, video presentation, question and answering

 

Assessment strategy

Identification, quiz, viva-voce, assignment and presentation

 

Recommended books and other resources

  • Sisson and Grossman’s The Anatomy of the Domestic Animals, Robert Getty 1975: Vol. 1 and 2, 5th edn, WB Saunders Company, Philadelphia, London, Toronto.
  • Form and function in birds. King AS, McLelland 1985: Academic press. London.
  • The Carver's   Book   of  Aquatic  Animals:  Surface  Anatomy,   Behavior,   Patterns   and Carving Techniques by Suzuki, Howard, Congdon-Martin, Douglas (1995)
  • Elements of   chordate      By   Charles   K.   Weichert.   McGraw‐Hill   Book Company, Inc., New York. 2nd edition 1959.

 

 

Course Code: VAH 2107

Course Title: Laboratory and Zoo Animal Anatomy

Credit: 01

Contact Hours: 01

Level: 2

Semester: 1

Course offering department:

Anatomy and Histology

 

Rationale

Students wishing to be skilled veterinarian will need to become knowledgeable about the anatomical terms, bones, cartilages, joints, muscles, visceral organs, organs of blood vascular, lymphatic and nervous systems of different species of laboratory and zoo animals

 

Course Learning Outcomes (CLO)

CLOs

Title

Aligned PLO

CLO 1

Define the anatomical terminologies of different species of laboratory and zoo animals

PLO 1, 6

CLO 2

Explain the form and structure of bones and cartilages of different species of laboratory and zoo animals

PLO 1, 6

CLO 3

Illustrate the formation and movements of  joints of different species of laboratory and zoo animals

PLO 1, 6

CLO 4

Identify the muscles of different body regions of different species of laboratory and zoo animals

PLO 1, 6

CLO 5

Gross demonstration of the form and structure of visceral organs of different species of laboratory and zoo animals

PLO 1, 6

CLO 6

Identify the blood vascular and lymphatic organs of different species of laboratory and zoo animals

PLO 1, 6

CLO 7

Demonstrate the anatomical structures of the nervous system of different species of laboratory and zoo animals

PLO 1, 6

 

Summary of Course Content  

Course content

Aligned CLO

No. of lectures

  1. Special anatomical terminologies of laboratory and zoo animals

1

1

  1. Morphological characteristics of bones of the axial skeleton of laboratory and zoo animals

2

1

  1. Morphological characteristics of bones of the appendicular skeleton of laboratory and zoo animals

2

1

  1. Segments, bones and joints of different body regions

3

1

  1. Muscles of pectoral, abdominal and thigh regions

4

2

  1. Segments of the gastrointestinal tract of laboratory and zoo animals

5

2

  1. Accessory digestive organs of laboratory and zoo animals

5

1

  1. Organs of the respiratory system of birds and aquatic animals

5

2

  1. Organs of the urinary system of laboratory and zoo animals

5

1

  1. Organs of the male genital system of laboratory and zoo animals

5

1

  1. Organs of the female genital system of laboratory and zoo animals

5

1

  1. Organs of endocrine glands of laboratory and zoo animals

5

2

  1. External and internal features of heart, lymphatic organs, major vessels and their distribution of laboratory and zoo animals.

6

2

  1. Structures of the nervous system of laboratory and zoo animals

7

2

 

Teaching strategy

Lecture, demonstration, group discussion, video presentation, question and answering

 

Assessment strategy

Identification, quiz, viva-voce, assignment and presentation

 

Recommended books and other resources

  • Sisson and Grossman’s The Anatomy of the Domestic Animals, Robert Getty 1975: Vol. 1 and 2, 5th edn, WB Saunders Company, Philadelphia, London, Toronto.
  • Form and function in birds. King AS, McLelland 1985: Academic press. London.
  • The Carver's   Book   of  Aquatic  Animals:  Surface  Anatomy,   Behavior,   Patterns   and Carving Techniques by Suzuki, Howard, Congdon-Martin, Douglas (1995)
  • Elements of   chordate      By   Charles   K.   Weichert.   McGraw‐Hill   Book Company, Inc., New York. 2nd edition 1959.

 

 

Course Code: VAH 2108

Course Title: Comparative Anatomy and Neuro Anatomy

Credit: 01

Contact Hours: 02

Level: 2

Semester: 1

Course offering department:

Anatomy and Histology

 

Rationale

Students wishing to be skilled veterinarian will need to become knowledgeable about the comparison of the skeletal system, organs of digestive, respiratory, urogenital, circulatory, endocrine systems and nervous system of different species of animals

 

Course Learning Outcomes (CLO)

CLOs

Title

Aligned PLO

CLO 1

Compare the skeletal system  of animals

PLO 1, 6

CLO 2

Compare the organs of digestive, respiratory, urogenital, circulatory and endocrine systems

PLO 1, 6

CLO 3

Explain the nervous system of animals

PLO 1, 6

CLO 4

Origin and distribution of cranial and spinal nerves of animals

PLO 1, 6

CLO 5

Origin and distribution of autonomic nerves

PLO 1, 6

 

Summary of Course Content  

Course content

Aligned CLO

No. of lectures

  1. Bones and cartilages of the axial skeleton

1

2

  1. Bones and cartilages of the appendicular skeleton

1

2

  1. Organs of the digestive system

2

1

  1. Organs of the respiratory system

2

1

  1. Organs of the urogenital system

2

2

  1. Organs of circulatory and endocrine systems

2

1

  1. Introduction to the nervous system, description of neuron and nerve

3

1

  1. Different parts of the central and peripheral nervous system

3

1

  1. Origin, distribution, functional components of cranial nerves

4

1

  1. Origin, distribution, functional components of spinal nerves including brachial, lumbar and sacral plexuses

4

2

  1. Autonomic nervous system

5

1

 

 

 

Teaching strategy

Lecture, demonstration, group discussion, video presentation, question and answering

 

Assessment strategy

Identification, quiz, viva-voce, assignment and presentation

 

Recommended books and other resources

  • Sisson and Grossman’s The Anatomy of the Domestic Animals, Robert Getty 1975: Vol. 1 and 2, 5thedn, WB Saunders Company, Philadelphia, London, Toronto.
  • Dyce, Sack and Wensing’s Textbook of Veterinary anatomy, Baljit Singh, 5th edition.
  • Bovine Anatomy, McLeod WM 1964: 2ndedn, Burger Publishing Company.
  • Anatomy of the dog, Miller ME 1964: 1stedn, WB Saunders Company, Philadelphia, London.
  • The Anatomy of the Nervous System, Ranson and Clark: 10thedn, WB Saunders Company, Philadelphia.
  • A functional Approach to Neuroanatomy, Earl Lawrence House and Ben Pansky 1967: 2ndedn, McGraw-Hill Book Company, New York, Toronto, Sydney, London. Color Atlas of Veterinary Histology, Willium J Bacha, Jr. Linda, M Linda, M wood: Lea and Febiger, Philadelphia.

 

 

 

Course Code: VAH 3110

Course Title: Applied Anatomy

Credit: 01

Contact Hours: 02

Level: 3

Semester: 1

Course offering department:

Anatomy and Histology

 

Rationale

Students wishing to be a skilled veterinary surgeon will need to become knowledgeable about the application of anatomical facts in veterinary diagnosis and treatment

 

Course Learning Outcomes (CLO)

CLOs

Title

Aligned PLO

CLO 1

Identify topographic anatomy of the head and their landmarks.

PLO 1, 4, 6

CLO 2

demonstrate the anatomy of the neck region

PLO 1, 4, 6

CLO 3

Identify the organs and their surface anatomy in thoracic, abdominal and pelvic regions with their landmarks

PLO 1, 4, 6

CLO 4

Identify the perineal region and tail with their landmarks.

PLO 1, 4, 6

 

Summary of Course Content  

Course content

Aligned CLO

No. of lectures

  1. Definition, classification, formation, and surgical importance of horn with a demonstration of different types of horn, cornual nerve and cornual artery

1

1

  1. Various types and diverticula of  sinuses with their site for trephining

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  1. The lacrimal gland, different layers of eyeball, muscles and nerve supplying eyeball and accessory structures

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  1. Structure of tooth and dental formula, demonstration of maxillary, mandibular, mental nerve and the course of salivary ducts.

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  1. Neck region and display the muscles, structures of the neck region, jugular groove

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  1. Boundaries and contents of the thoracic cavity, the structure of the thoracic wall, heart and lung field, attachment of diaphragm, site for paracentesis thoracic, site of drug administration and blood collection from the heart

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  1. Boundaries of the abdominal cavity, structures of abdominal wall, topographic location of all the organs of the abdominal cavity, abdominal tunic, linea alba, umbilicus, prepubic tendon, site of incision and structures involved in laparotomy

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  1. The landmark of flank, paralumbar fossa with their surgical importance

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  1. The perineal region with blood and nerve supply. Demonstration of the scrotum, inguinal canal with its contents and landmarks.

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  1. Structures of the tail with blood and nerve supply, muscles, nerve, the blood supply of tail, a landmark for paralumbar anaesthesia, epidural anaesthesia with their indications

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Teaching strategy

Lecture, demonstration, group discussion, video presentation, question and answering

 

Assessment strategy

Identification, quiz, viva-voce, assignment and presentation

 

Recommended books and other resources

  • Sisson and Grossman’s The anatomy of the domestic Animals, Robert Getty 1975: Vol. 1 and 2, 5thedn, WB Saunders Company, Philadelphia, London, Toronto.
  • Dyce, Sack and Wensing’s Textbook of Veterinary anatomy, Baljit Singh, 5th
  • Bovine Anatomy, McLeod WM 1964: 2ndedn, Burger Publishing Company.
  • Essentials of Veterinary Surgery, A Venugopalan: 8thedn, Oxford and IBH Publishing Co. Pvt. Ltd.
  • Veterinary Operative Surgery, Dr. HC Elwald Berge and Dr. HC Melchior Westhues 1966: 1stedn, Medical Book Company, Denmark.
  • Dollar’s Veterinary Surgery, JJ O’ Connor1980: 4thedn, CBS Publishers and Distributors, India.Dyce, Sack and Wensing’s Textbook of Veterinary anatomy, Baljit Singh, 5th