Clinical Anatomy 2022-23
School Of Medical And Health Sciences
Module - Semester 1 & 2
The students will study the major structures of the body. These will be discussed in terms of normal/abnormal anatomy and their importance in identifying pathology.
The major focus of the module will be an emphasis on how anatomy relates to the management of patients presenting with a wide and varied spectrum of disease.
-threshold -Category C (50% -59%)A threshold student should have sound knowledge of the essential facts and key concepts of the systems of the working body. -good -Category B (60%-69%)A good student should have a thorough factual knowledge across all aspects of the module, and be able to detail examples where appropriate. The work presented is largely based on the lecture material with limited evidence of wider reading and critical analysis. -excellent -Category A (70% - 100%):An excellent student should have a thorough factual knowledge across all aspects of the module, and be able to detail examples where appropriate, supported by additional reading and knowledge drawn from other modules. The work is free of factual errors and presents evidence of critical thinking. For the higher 'A' marks, critical analysis and wider reading are essential.
- Demonstrate an ability to identify normal and abnormal anatomy in cadaveric material
- Demonstrate an in depth understanding of normal/abnormal human structure.
- Demonstrate an understanding of clinical/practical procedures in relation to anatomical landmarks and internal organ orientation.
- Explain the relationship between anatomy, anatomical variation and common disease presentations.
Single Best Answer multiple choice questions
Short Answer Question Paper