The structure of the course in anatomical regions is based on clinical case reports. Relevant macroscopic structures of these regions are discussed on the basis of high-quality anatomical illustrations and preparations as well as by clinical studies in healthy volunteers.
What will I learn in this course?
You'll you the understanding of the anatomy of the head and neck have acquired that enables you:
To complete further courses such as the anatomical dissection
You to orient towards clinical disciplines such as the General Surgery, ENT, maxillofacial, neurosurgery, ophthalmology, or radiology
Prepare you for medicine close associate professionals
What knowledge do I need?
Anatomical knowledge is required.
Overview, compartments and blood supply of the neck
Nervous, lymphatic drainage and topography of the neck
Thyroid and pharynx
Larynx, phonation and spatium parapharyngeum
The bony skull
Jaw, mouth and jaw muscles
Tongue and floor of the mouth
The parotid gland and the facial muscles
Nose and paranasal sinuses
Sphenoid and orbital
Temporal bone and ear
Deep facial region