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Regional Anatomy and Physiology G (7202.5)

Level: Graduate Level
Credit Points: 3
HECS Bands: 3
Faculty: Faculty of Health
Discipline: Discipline of Sport and Exercise Science

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  • Semester 1, 2020, ON-CAMPUS, BRUCE (193766) - View
  • Semester 1, 2019, ON-CAMPUS, BRUCE (190676) - View
  • Winter Term, 2018, ON-CAMPUS, BRUCE (180640) - View
  • Semester 1, 2018, ON-CAMPUS, BRUCE (179990) - View
  • Winter Term, 2017, ON-CAMPUS, BRUCE (169857) - View
  • Semester 1, 2017, ON-CAMPUS, BRUCE (169858) - View
  • Winter Term, 2016, INTENSIVE, BRUCE (152335) - View
  • Semester 1, 2016, ON-CAMPUS, BRUCE (153696) - View
  • Winter Term, 2015, INTENSIVE, BRUCE (141050) - View
  • Semester 1, 2015, ON-CAMPUS, BRUCE (148427) - View

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Syllabus

This unit is designed to provide students with an overview of regional anatomy, body systems and their functions. It covers in depth anatomy of the musculoskeletal system. Special attention is given to the terminology used to describe human movement and a thorough knowledge of the bony landmarks, joints, muscle attachments and blood supply along with detailed actions of specific muscles and muscle groups. The unit studies the basic structure and function of the major body systems such as skeletal, muscular, nervous and special senses. Commencing with an overview of body tissues and homeostasis. Emphasis will be placed on the inter-connection and relationship between structure and function at every level of organisation.

Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of this unit, students will be able to:

1. Recognise and describe the macroscopic and microscopic structure of the following body systems: cells, and connective tissue, skeletal (bone tissue and ossification), muscular, nervous, and special senses;

2. Demonstrate a detailed knowledge of the above systems function and how they interact with the rest of the body to maintain homeostasis using anatomical and physiological terminology;

3. Identify bony landmarks, ligaments, tendons, muscles and blood supply of the lower limb, pelvic girdle, trunk, head, neck, upper limb and pectoral girdle;

4. Describe muscle actions at above mentioned sites; and

5. Research and discuss common neuromuscular conditions.

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Prerequisites

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