The University of Western Australia

SCHOOL OF ANATOMY AND HUMAN BIOLOGY

HUMAN FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY 213

Unit Co-ordinator: Associate Professor Nick Milne

milne@anhb.uwa.edu.au

Lecture and Laboratory Timetable: Semester 2 - 2010

 

Week

Beginning date

Lectures

Ross lecture theatre: Tue 10am

                                    Wed 10am

Lab

DR Thur 9 am

and Thur 11am

Tuts/vivas

DR 10:20

 & 12:20

Week 1

Introduction and General plan of limbs

Proximal parts, plexuses & patterns.

 

26 July

Lumbosacral and Brachial Plexuses

Groups

Week 2

Shoulder and Glenohumeral movement

Shoulder and Hip

 

2 August

Hip Joint, Posture and Lumbar Spine

Viva

Week 3

Uniarticular muscles and muscle action

Arm and Thigh

 

9 August

Locomotion and the hip joint

Tutor tut

Week 4

Biarticular muscles

The knee, leg and foot

 

16 August

Knee joint and knee in locomotion

Viva

Week 5

Finger movements and the ulnar nerve

Forearm and Hand

 

23 August

The foot and the foot in locomotion

Student tut

Week 6

Hand Function and nerve lesions

Hand and Foot

 

30 August

Limb anatomy: summary and parallels

Viva

Week 7

To Be Announced/ Question session…

Revision and questions

 

6 September

In class test (Essay)

Student tut

Week 8

Development of the Head

The skull & regions of the head and neck

 

13 September

General Plan of the Head and Neck

Tutor tut

Week 9

Cranial Nerves 1 (trigeminal nerve - V)

Face, trigeminal and facial nerves

 

20 September

Cranial Nerves 2 (esp. VII, IX & X)

Viva

 

One Week Study Break from 27 September to 1 October

 

 

 

Week 10

Mastication and the 1st Pharyngeal Arch

Mouth and Mastication

 

4 October

The mouth

Student tut

Week 11

Pharynx and Swallowing

Pharynx and Larynx

 

11 October

Cranial Cavity

Student tut

Week 12

Biomechanics of the Orbit

Eye, Orbit and Cranial Cavity

 

18 October

To be announced

Viva

Week 13

Topics on Request

Mock Lab Test

 

25 October

In class test (MCQ)

 

 

STAFF – STUDENT MEETING  1-2pm Tuesday 21st September

Early in the semester a student will elected to represent the views of their tutorial group.  From these “tut reps”, a “lab rep” will be appointed who will attend the staff-student meeting where students provide feedback on all the school’s units.