This course is designed to provide student with practical skills in orientation in histologic slides and identification of observed objects. In conclusion of this course, student should be able to recognize up to 100 histologic slides from different organs according to their microscopic structure, and also interpret electron micrographs.
1.Microscopic structure of the digestive system I. Slides: labium oris, apex linguae, papilla vallata, palatum molle, glandula parotis, gl. submandibularis, gl. sublingualis.
2. Microscopic structure of the digestive system II. Slides: tooth, oesophagus, cardia, fundus ventriculi, pylorus, duodenum, intestinum tenue.
3. Microscopic structure of the digestive system III. Slides: intestinum crassum, appendix, anus, hepar, vesica fellea, pancreas.
4. Microscopic structure of the urinary system. Slides: ren, calyx renalis, ureter, vesica urinalis, urethra feminina, pars cavernosa urethrae masculinae.
5. Microscopic structure of the male reproductive system. Slides: testis, epididymis, funiculus spermaticus, gl. vesiculosa, prostata, penis.
6. Microscopic structure of the female reproductive system. Slides: ovarium, corpus luteum, tuba uterina - ampulla, tuba uterina - isthmus, uterus - proliferative and secretory phases.
7. Microscopic structure of the female reproductive system. Slides: vagina, labium minus, placenta, funiculus umbilicalis.
8. Microscopic structure of endocrine glands. Slides: hypophysis cerebri, epiphysis, gl. thyreoidea, gl. parathyreoidea, gl. suprarenalis, islets of Langerhans.
9. Microscopic structure of the central and peripheral nervous system. Slides: cortex cerebri, cerebellum, medulla spinalis, ganglion spinale, ganglion vegetativum, peripheral nerves.
10. Microscopic structure of the organ of vision. Slides: anterior eye segment, posterior eye segment, fasciculus opticus, palpebra, gl. lacrimalis.
11. Microscopic structure of the ear (vestibulocochlear organ). Slides: cochlea, auricula.
12. Microscopic structure of the skin and skin derivatives. Slides: skin from the tips of the finger, skin from the axilla, skin with hairs, nail, mamma non lactans, mamma lactans.
Content of this course includes study of slides and electron micrographs in microscopic hall as well as class discussion on the base of materials in the text book. A precondition for obtaining the course-unit credit is full attendance and demonstration of the basic knowledge of the semester schoolwork in the form of 3 brief oral exams, each is evaluated by 100, 60, 25 or 0 points. A minimum 180 points is required for fulfillment.
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The course is taught annually.
General note: Mimo studenty LF jen po dohodě s vedoucím ústavu.