Skull study Bone demonstration – occipital frontal, parietal, ethmoid, sphenoid. The hyoid 984. The mandible 823. The calvaria 829. Temporal fossa 916. The skull base 829, 830. Week 2 The facial skeleton 822



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Anatomy 2 Lab Planning


Week 1


Skull study

1. Bone demonstration – occipital frontal, parietal, ethmoid, sphenoid.

2. The hyoid 984. The mandible 823. The calvaria 829. Temporal fossa 916. The skull base 829, 830.

Week 2


1. The facial skeleton 822. The orbit 889. The nasal cavities 956. The infra‑temporal fossa 916 and pterygopalatine fossa 951.

2. Skull Test

Week 3


Head and neck study

1. The topographic regions of the head 836 and neck 990. The superficial and deep cervical fascia (investing and pretracaheal layers) 985. Platysma muscle 923, 985. The superficial vessels 855 and superficial nerves 849 of the head, superficial vessels 995 and superficial nerves 995 of the neck 1015. The sterno‑cleido‑mastoid muscle 989. Ansa cervicalis 996. The infrahyoid muscles 923, 1001.

2. The carotid sheath 988, the internal carotid artery 1000, 1001, the internal jugular vein 1004 and the vagus nerve 1016, 1073. External carotid artery 1001. The thyroid 1018 and parathyroid glands 1018.

Week 4


1. The suprahyoid region 923, 1001. The submandibular gland 945. The supraclavicular region 922. The superficial branches of cervical plexus 996. The scalene muscles 1012,1013. The subclavian vessels 1015. The cervical symphathetic trunks 1017.

2. The muscles of facial expression 844. The masseter muscle 923. The facial vessels 856, 1004 and facial nerves 849. The temporal fossa 916, 921.


Week 5


1. The parotid gland 914. The facial nerve 853, 1068. Prevertebral muscles 1012. The pharyngeal muscles 1036. The infratemporal fossa 916.

2. The mandibular nerve 853, 1067. The maxillary artery 924, 951. The interior of the pharynx 1032.


Week 6


1. 928: The oral vestibule; the walls of the oral cavity (lateral, superior, anterior); the gingivae and the teeth. Sublingual gland 945. The hypoglossal nerve 1005, 1075.

2. The soft palate 935. Inferior alveolar artery, vein and nerve. The tongue 938 and the glossopharyngeal nerve 1072. The larynx 1022.


Week 7


1. The external nose 955. The nasal cavities 956. Paranasal sinuses 960. The maxillary nerve 849, 951, 1065, 1067. The temporo‑mandibular joint 916.

2. Head and neck test (skull and hyoid included)

Week 8


Dissection of the abdomen

1. Opening of the abdominal cavity. The abdominal organs “in situ”. Topography of the peritoneal cavity. The omental bursa. Vessels and nerves of the liver. The liver “in situ”.

2. Extraction of the liver, external aspect and relationships. The biliary ducts. Celiac trunk. Jejunum and ileum. The mesentery. Superior mesenteric vessels.

Week 9


1. Cecum and vermiform appendix. The colon and its peritoneum. Inferior mesenteric vessels.

2. Stomach and spleen. Duodenum and pancreas. Portal vein and accessory portal veins.


Week 10


1. The kidney “in situ”. The renal and genital vessels. The abdominal urether. The celiac plexus. Extraction of the kidneys. External aspect and relations of the kidneys. Suprarenal glands.

2. Lymphatics of the abdomen. The cisterna chili. The quadratus lumborum muscle. The iliopsoas muscle. The lumbar sympathetic. The lumbar plexus (location and relations only). The inferior cava vein. Porto‑cave and cavo‑cave anastomoses. The descending abdominal aorta.


Week 11


1. Abdomen Test

2. Female pelvis. Pelvic peritoneum. Urinary bladder and rectum “in situ”. The uterus (peritoneum, external aspect of the uterus, relationships). Uterine tube and ovary “in situ”. The broad ligaments. The pelvic urether. Blood supply of the uterus and ovary. Extraction of the internal genital organs.


Week 12


Dissection of the pelvis

1. Male pelvis. The pelvic urether. The pelvisubperitoneal space in male. The deferent duct. Seminal vesicles. Prostate. Iliac vessels.

2. The pelvisubperitoneal space in both sexes. The pelvisubperitoneal space in female

Week 13


The perineum and the external genital organs

1. Dissection of the posterior perineum in male and female. Scrotum, testis, epididymis, and spermatic cord. The study of the penis. Dissection of the penis. Male anterior perineum. Urogenital diaphragm. Ischiorectal fossa – anterior extension.



2. Pudendum or vulva. Dissection of the anterior perineum in female. Topographic study of the perineum.

Week 14


1. Pelvis and perineum test.

2. General review.


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