فرع التشريح
محاظرات الفرع
رؤية الفرع

يطمح الفرع ليكون واحدا من فروع علم التشريح في العالم الرائد في مجال الاصالة والاستكشاف . والتواصل مع المعايير العالمية من حيث التعليم  والقدرة على تطبيق المعرفة والابحاث العلمية ذات المردود المجتمعي محليا واقليميا وبما يسهم في تحقيق التنمية المستدامة .

رسالة الفرع

تأهيل الكوادر الجامعية التدريسية اضافة الي خدمة مؤسسات المجتمع المحلي المختلفة من خلال اقامة الدورات والتفاعل الايجابي في نقل الخبرات .

أهداف الفرع

اولا: تعميق الصلة بين كلية الطب والمجتمع من خلال الدورات التدريبية وتنمية المعلومات والمعرفة .

ثانيا: خلق التفاعل الايجابي والبناء بين كليتنا والكليات العراقية الاخرى من خلال تبادل الخبراء والخبرات وعقد الدورات.

ثالثا: تنمية المهارات المختلفة لاعضاء هيئة التدريس .

رابعا :الاطلاع على التجارب العالمية في مجال التأهيل .

خامسا: تمكين تدريسي الفرع من استخدام مناهج البحث العلمي

سادسا: تمكين تدريسي الفرع من استخدام الحاسوب والانترنيت لغرض اعطاء المحاضرات والمراسلة وعقد المؤتمرات عن بعد .

سابعا: مواكبة التطورات العلمية والتكنولوجية عن طريق توثيق الروابط الثقافية والعلمية مع الجامعات والمعاهد .

ثامنا : وضع شراكة مع القطاع الخاص لتلبية احتياجات سوق العمل .

تاسعا : تأهيل الكوادر كل حسب اختصاصه وذلك بأرسالهم بدورات تدريبية خارج البلد للتواصل العلمي مع التقنيات الحديثة .

عاشرا : أقامة علاقة توامة مع مراكز عالمية متخصصة في علم التشريح وعلم الانسجة .

احد عشر : انشاء مختبر التشريح .

اثنا عشر : اعداد اطباء ملمين بالتشريح السريري للانسان .

ثلاثة عشر : انشاء متحف خاص بعلم التشريح السريري .

اربعة عشر : شمول الفرع بالية استخدام المكتبة الالكترونية 

المنهاج الدراسي للمرحلة الاولى

الفصل الدراسي الاول

Date

Theory

Practical

1st.

Week

1.Introduction to clinical anatomy: Anatomical terminology. Basic anatomical structures: Skin, and fascia.

2. Muscles and bones.

1. Introduction to anatomy: Ethics, conduct, and

Curriculum. Audio-visual demonstration. Embalming.

2. Medical imaging techniques.

2nd.

3. Joints.

4. Vessels and nerves.

1. Basic concepts of dissection. Terms of position.Skin, fascia, muscles.

2. bones

3rd.

Week

1. Osteology of the upper limbs (The appendicular skeleton).

2. Superficial structures (surface anatomy) of the upper limb.

1. Joints, vessels.

2. nerves

4th.

3. Anterior thoraco-appendicular muscles.

4. Posterior thoraco-appendicular muscles. Joints

of the pectoral region.

1. Osteology of the upper limbs.

2. superficial structures of the upper limb.

5th.

5. Scapulohumeral muscles.

6. The shoulder joint: Functional and clinical

anatomy.

1. The pectoral region. Anterior thoraco-appendicular muscles.

2. The posterior thoraco-appendicular muscles.

Sternoclavicular and acromio-clavicular joints.

6th.

7. The axilla: Boundaries and contents.

8. The brachial plexus.

1. The shoulder joint.

2. The axilla.

7th.

9. The arm: anterior compartments.

10. The arm: posterior compartments.

1. The brachial plexus.

2. The arm: anterior compartments.

8th.

11. The cubital fossa and elbow joint.

12. Flexor compartments of the forearm.

1. The arm: posterior compartments.

2. The cubital fossa and elbow joint.

9th.

13. Extensor compartments of the forearm.

14. Radio-ulnar joints.

1. Flexor compartments of the forearm.

2. Overview.

10th.

15. The wrist region: Wrist joint, Dorsum of the hand.

16. Palm of the hand (I).

1. Extensor compartments of the forearm.

2. Overview.

11th.

17. Palm of the hand (II).

18. Nerve injuries in the upper limb.

1. The wrist region.

2. Overview.

12th.

19. Clinical anatomy of the fractures of bones of the upper limb.

20. Imaging and cross sectional anatomy of the upper limb.

1. The hand.

2. Imaging and cross sectional anatomy of the upper limb.

13th.

1. Overview.

2. Overview.

1. Overview.

2. Overview.

14th.

Week

1. Osteology of the lower limb.

2. Superficial thigh structures.

The femoral triangle and femoral sheath.

1. Osteology of the lower limb(I).

2. Osteology of the lower limb(II).

15th.

3. The anterior and adductor compartments of the thigh.

4. The gluteal region.

1. Superficial thigh structures.

The femoral triangle and femoral sheath.

2. The anterior compartments of the thigh.

 
 

الفصل الدراسي الثاني

Date

Theory

Practical

1st.

Week

5. The posterior compartments of the thigh.

6. The popliteal fossa.

1. Adductor compartments of the thigh.

2. The gluteal region.

2nd.

7. Anatomy of fractures of the femur and dislocation of the hip joint.

8. Venous drainage in the lower limb and varicose veins.

1. The posterior compartments of the thigh. The popliteal fossa.

2. Overview.

3rd.

9. Anterior and lateral crural compartments.

Dorsum of the foot.

10. The posterior crural compartments.

1. Anterior and lateral crural compartments.

The dorsum of the foot.

2. The posterior crural compartments.

4th.

11. The knee joint.

12. The sole of the foot.

1. The knee and hip joints.

2. The sole of the foot.

5th.

13. Arches of the foot.

14. The ankle joint and joints of the foot.

1. Overview.

2. The ankle joint. Joints and arches of the foot.

6th.

15. Nerve injuries in the lower limb.

16. Lever systems in the appendicular skeleton.

1. Overview.

2. Overview.

7th.

17. Posture and gait.

18. Imaging and radiographic anatomy in the lower limb.

1. Overview.

2. Imaging and radiographic anatomy in the lower limb.

8th.

Week

1. Thoracic cage: Osteology of ribs, sternum, and thoracic vertebrae.

2. Anatomy of the intercostals space. Mechanics of respiration.

1. Surface and imaging anatomy of the thoracic cage.

2. Osteology of ribs, sternum, and thoracic vertebrae.

9th.

3. The pleura.

4. The lungs.

1. Anatomy of the intercostals space. Mechanics of respiration.

2. The pleura and lungs.

10th.

5. The pericardium: Parts, sinuses, and nerves supply.

6. The heart (I): External features.

Surface and radiographic anatomy.

1. The pericardium: Parts, sinuses, and nerves supply.

2. The heart (I): External features.

Surface and radiographic anatomy.

11th.

7. The heart (II): Internal features.

8. The heart (III): Blood supply and conductive

system.

1. The heart (II): Internal features.

2. The heart (III): Blood supply.

12th.

9. The diaphragm.

10. Borders and divisions of the mediastinum.

The superior mediastinum: General arrangement and relations.

1. Overview.

2. Overview.

13th.

11. The posterior mediastinum: Esophagus, and

descending thoracic aorta.

12. Lymphatic drainage of the thorax: Thoracic

duct and lymph node groups.

1. Borders and divisions of the mediastinum.

The superior mediastinum: General

arrangement and relations.

2. The posterior mediastinum: Esophagus, and

descending thoracic aorta.

14th.

13. Overview.

14. Overview.

1. Cross sectional and imaging anatomy of the

thorax.

2. Overview.

15th.

15. Overview.

16. Overview.

1. Overview.

2. Overview.

 

المنهاج الدراسي للمرحلة الثانية
الفصل الدراسي الاول
 

Date

Theory

Practical

1st.

Week

1. Topographic & Applied anatomy of the anterior  abdominal wall & surgical incisions.

2. The inguinal region & testis. Surgical anatomy of the inguinal hernia.

1. Surface anatomy of the anterior abdominal wall.

2. Topography of the anterior abdominal wall (Audiovisual demonstration).

2nd.

3. General organization of the peritoneum.

4. Upper abdominal viscera; abdominal oesophagus & stomach.  Applied anatomy of the gastro-esophageal  Junction. Vagatomies.

1. Inguinal region & testis (Audiovisual demonstration).

2. The peritoneum.

3rd.

5. The intestines.

6. Arterial blood supply of abdominal viscera.

1. Topography of abdominal viscera: Esophagus,  Stomach, duodenum, spleen & pancreas.

2. Small & large intestines.

4th.

7. The liver & portal venous system.The gall bladder & biliary passages.

8. Pancreas and Spleen.

1. Blood supply of the GIT + angiographic Anatomy of the GIT.

2. The liver, biliary passages, kidney & uerter.

5th.

9. The kidney & ureter.

10. The posterior abdominal wall: muscles, vessels & nerves.  Pain pathways from abdominal viscera.

1. Posterior abdominal wall.

2. Cross sectional anatomy of the abdomen.

6th.

Week

1. Pelvic walls (I): Bones, ligaments & joints. Sex differences, measurements & variations.

2. Pelvic walls (II): Muscles, fascia & eritoneum.

1. Pelvic walls: Bones, muscles, fascia & Peritoneum.

2. Pelvic walls: Bones, muscles, fascia & Peritoneum.

7th.

3. Vessels & Nerves of the pelvis.

4. The urinary bladder, male internal genital organs.

1. Nerves & vessels of the pelvis.

2. The urinary bladder, male internal genital organs.

8th.

5. Female internal genital organs: The uterus, uterine tubes, ovaries & vagina.

6. Sigmoid colon. The rectum.

1. Female internal genital organs.

2. Sigmoid colon. The rectum & anal canal.

9th.

7. The anal canal.

8. The perineum: The urogenital triangle, the   anal triangle, nerves & vessels of the perineum.

1. The perineum.

2. Cross sectional & imaging anatomy of the pelvis &  perineum.

10th.

Week

1. Surface anatomy, plane, and fascia of the neck.

2. Posterior triangle of the neck.

1. Surface anatomy and general planes of the neck.

2. Posterior triangle of the neck.

11th.

3. Anterior triangle of the neck.

4. Blood vessels of the neck.

1. Anterior triangle of the neck.

2. Vessels of the neck and angiography.

12th.

5. The thyroid and parathyroid glands. Viscera of  the neck.

6. The prevertebral region and root of the neck.

1. The thyroid and parathyroid glands.

2. The prevertebral region and the root of the

neck.

13th.

7. Applied anatomy of the scalp. Muscles of the

facial expression.

8. Nerves and vessels of the face.

1. Scalp, face.

2. Nerves and vessels of the face.

14th.

9. The subocccipital region.

10. The parotid region and parotid gland.

1. Suboccipital region.

2. Parotid region.

15th.

11. The infratemporal fossa(I): Muscles, Vessels

12. The infratemporal fossa(II): The nerves.

1. The infratemporal fossa(I).

2. The infratemporal fossa(II).

16th.

13. The pterygopalatine fossa.

14. The temporomandibular  joint.

1. The pterygopalatine fossa.

2. TMJ.

 

الفصل الدراسي الثاني

Date

Theory

Practical

1st.

Week

15. Mouth and palate.

16. The submandibular region and teeth.

1. Mouth, and palate.

2. The submandibular region and teeth.

2nd.

17. The nose & The Paranasal sinuses.

18. The pharynx.

1. The nose and paranasal sinuses.

2. The pharynx.

3rd.

19. The larynx.

20. The orbit and The eyeball.

1. The larynx.

2. The orbit and eyeball.

4th.

17. The ear.

18. Lymphatic drainage of the head and neck.

1. The ear.

2. Transverse section of the neck.

5th.

21. Radiographic anatomy of the head and neck.

22. The back.

1. Sectional anatomy of the head and neck

(Multimedia demonstration).

2. The back.

6th.

Week

1. Osteology of the skull: normas, Cranial cavity

(fossae).

2. Meningies and dural venous sinuses.

1. Osteology of the skull: normas (I).

 

2. Osteology of the skull: normas (II).

7th.

3. Introduction to Neuroanatomy (General

organization and topography of the CNS).

4. Gross anatomy of cerebrum (internal structure not

included).

1. Interior of the skull.

 

2. Separate bones of the skull and cervical

vertebrae.

8th.

5. Cytoarchitecture of cerebral cortex mechanisms

of cerebral cortex not included).

Functional localization in cerebral cortex

(Multimodal cortical areas).

6. The medullary centre.

1. Meningies.

2. Gross anatomy of the brain and medullary

center.

9th.

7. Blood supply of CNS.

8. Spinal cord.

1. Blood supply of CNS.

2. Spinal cord(I).

10th.

9. Medulla oblongata.

10. Brainstem.

1. Spinal cord(II).

2. Brainstem.

11th.

11. Pons and 4th ventricle.

12. Ventricular system and CSF.

1. Cross sectional anatomy of the brainstem.

2. Cranial nerves(I).

12th.

13. Midbrain and reticular formation (limbic system not included).

14. Cranial nerves.

1. Cranial nerves(II).

2. Cerebellum.

13th.

15. Cerebellum.

16. The thalamus.

1. Diencephalon and basal ganglia.

2. Cross section of the brain.

14th.

17. Hypothalamus and limbic system.

18. Basal ganglia and corpus striatum.

1. Imaging anatomy of CNS (I).

2. Imaging anatomy of CNS (II).

15th.

19. Cross sectional anatomy of CNS.

20. Chemical neuroanatomy.

1. Overview.

2. Overview.