Undergraduate Course 3319 Online

 

1. Course Information

Course number:
Anatomy & Cell Biology 3319

Course Name:
Systemic Human Anatomy

Year:
Fall/Winter Terms 2013 - 2014

Sections:
Face-to-Face Lectures and Labs (Section 001)
On-line Lectures and Labs (Section 650)

Anatomy & Cell Biology 3319 is a full course which uses a systems approach to study the gross anatomical structures of the human body. In most cases, structure will be related to function by using clinical examples of the normal and diseased states. Systems covered include the central and peripheral nervous systems and special senses, skeletal, muscular, cardiovascular, respiratory, digestive, urinary and reproductive systems. Lectures will be mounted on the course website prior to each class and will constitute course notes. This is not a laboratory course but there is a mandatory 1 hour demonstration each week.  The laboratory demonstration will compliment the lecture material by using models, cadaveric material (ie. prosections), videos and diagrams to describe anatomical structures and relationships in 3 dimensions. There will be four quarterly tests during the academic year. Each term test will consist of 30 questions on lab material and 75 multiple choice questions on lecture material and readings and will last 2.5 hours.  Each test will cover material for that quarter of the course and will account for 20% of the final mark. The lab mark will account for the final 20% of the final mark.

Lecture:
Face-to-Face course (001): Tuesday, Thursday 9:30 – 10:20
Room 101, North Campus Building

On-line course (650): lectures are broadcast live Tuesday, Thursday 9:30 –
10:20 AM using Blackboard Collaborate virtual classroom software. Attendance during live times is not mandatory and all online lectures are recorded for future viewing (on-line students only).

Laboratories:
Face-to-Face course (001): Labs are held in Dental Science Building Rm. 2005 on Fridays, 9:30 - 3:30 (6 sections; 1 hr each)
On-line course (650): Labs are broadcast on Thursdays, 3:30 – 5:00
* Students in the on-line course (Section 650) do not need to attend the live lectures or labs but can access the archived material at a later date. Online students will have the opportunity to view specimens used for face- to-face laboratories on Fridays 12:30-1:30 in DSB 2005.  This session is optional and will not include formal teaching.  It is not a replacement for the online laboratory sessions.

Requisites:
Antirequisite(s): Anatomy and Cell Biology 2221

Prerequisite(s): Biology 2382B and registration in third or fourth year of a module offered by one of the Basic Medical Science departments or the Department of Biology; or permission of the department.

Corequisite(s): None

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 1 demonstration hour, 1.0 course. This is not a laboratory course.


Senate regulation regarding the student’s responsibility regarding requisites:
Unless you have either the requisites for this course or written special permission from your Dean to enroll in it, you may be removed from this course and it will be deleted from your record. This decision may not be appealed. You will receive no adjustment to your fees in the event that you are dropped from a course for failing to have the necessary prerequisites.

Please contact the course instructor if you require material in an alternate format or if any other arrangements can make this course more accessible to you. You may also wish to contact Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD) at 661‐2111 x 82147 for any specific question regarding an accommodation


2. Instructor Information

Instructors

Email

Office

Phone

Office Hr

 Dr. Michele Barbeau
(Course Coordinator)

mbarbeau@uwo.ca

MSB 426

 

Appointment
via e-mail 

Dr. David Cechetto
Dr. Steven Laviolette

David.Cechetto@schulich.uwo.ca
Steven.Laviolette@schulich.uwo.ca

 

MSB 432
MSB 468

 

84166
80302 

Appointment
via e-mail


Teaching Assistants:  The lab sessions will be run by graduate student teaching assistants. Weekly drop-in office hours for additional help will be announced in class.

Sakai website:
All course information will be communicated via the course Sakai website. Students with Sakai
issues should contact the Computer Support Centre at 519 661-3800.

3. Course Materials

Textbook:
1) Anatomy 3319 Class Notes available on-line via Sakai
2) Human Anatomy, Marieb, Mallatt and Wilheld; 7th edition (including a Brief Atlas of the Human body; 2nd Edition). Pearson/Cummins Pub. Co.2013. (ISBN 1269547550).

Also suggested (on library reserve):
1)  Color Atlas of Anatomy, Rohen, Yokochi, Lütjen-Drecoll; 7th edition. Lippincott
Williams & Wilkins 2011.  (ISBN:  9781582558561).
Or
2)  Atlas of Clinical Gross Anatomy, Moses, Nava, Banks, Petersen; 2nd  edition.
Elsevier Ltd. 2013.  (ISBN: 978-0-323-07779-8).
Or
3)  Human Anatomy: Color atlas and text. 2008, 5th edition. Gosling et al.,Mosby-Wolfe, London (ISBN:9780723434511).

4. Evaluations:

Component

Date

% of Final Mark

Quarterly Tests

October 25, 2013

20%

 

December, 2013 (TBA)

20%

 

February 28, 2014 (TBA)

20%

 

April, 2014 (TBA)

20%

Laboratory Exams

 

20%


The quarterly term exams will each consist of 30 questions on laboratory material and 75 multiple choice questions from lectures and assigned textbook readings. There will be a total of 105 multiple choice questions and the exam will last 2.5 hours. 

Absence from course commitments


A. Absence for medical illness:
Students must familiarize themselves with the Policy on Accommodation for Medical Illness:
https://studentservices.uwo.ca/secure/index.cfm

If you are unable to meet a course requirement due to illness or other serious circumstances, you must provide valid medical or other supporting documentation to the Dean's office as soon as possible and contact your instructor immediately.  It is the student's responsibility to make alternative arrangements with their instructor once the accommodation has been approved and the instructor has been informed. In the event of a missed final exam, a "Recommendation of Special Examination" form must be obtained from the Dean's Office immediately. For further information please see: http://www.uwo.ca/univsec/handbook/appeals/medical.pdf
A student requiring academic accommodation due to illness, should use the Student Medical Certificate when visiting an off-campus medical facility or request a Record's Release Form (located in the Dean's Office) for visits to Student Health Services. The form can be found at: https://studentservices.uwo.ca/secure/medical_document.pdf
The Policy on Accommodation for Medical Illness is also available on the BMSUE secure site:
www.uwo.ca/bmsc


Students will be given a mark of 0 for missed labs unless they have a valid excuse. In the event of illness or other concerns preventing a student from attending a lab, medical documentation (or equivalent) must be submitted by the student directly to the appropriate Faculty Dean`s Office within one week and not to the instructor. It will subsequently be the Dean`s Office
that will determine if accommodation is warranted.

B. Absence for non-medical reasons:
If you are unable to meet a course requirement for non-medical reasons, you must provide valid
supporting documentation to the Dean's office as soon as possible and contact your instructor immediately.  It is the student's responsibility to make alternative arrangements with their instructor once the accommodation has been approved and the instructor has been informed. In the event of a missed final exam, a "Recommendation of Special Examination" form must be obtained from the Dean's Office immediately

 

C. Special Examinations:
In the event that a make-up exam is required, this will be a similar format to the class exam. It will consist of multiple choice questions from lectures, assigned textbook readings and laboratory demonstrations. There will be 75 multiple choice questions and the exam will last 2 hours.  There will be one make-up exam scheduled after the class exam. Students who cannot write the scheduled class or make-up exam will be required to write a special exam on the next quarterly test date which includes 75 questions from the course material from the preceding two quarters.

D. Support Services:

Registrar Services: http://www.registrar.uwo.ca

Academic Counseling (Science and Basic Medical Sciences):

http://www.uwo.ca/sci/counselling/index.html
USC Student Support Services: http://westernusc.ca/service Student Development Services: http://www.sdc.uwo.ca Student Health Services: http://www.shs.uwo.ca/
Students that are in emotional/mental distress should refer to Mental Health@Western http://www.uwo.ca/uwocom/mentalhealth/ for a complete list of options about how to obtain help.

E. Additional Information/Statements

Statement on Academic Offences
Scholastic offences are taken seriously and students are directed to read the appropriate policy, specifically, the definition of what constitutes a Scholastic Offence, at the following Web site: http://www.uwo.ca/univsec/handbook/appeals/scholoff.pdf .

Computer-marked multiple-choice tests and/or exams may be subject to submission for similarity review by software that will check for unusual coincidences in answer patterns that may indicate cheating.


5 Course Syllabus:

LECTURES: FALL TERM, 2013

Section

Date

Topic

MARIEB 7TH ED.
(6TH ED.)

Introduction
(Barbeau)

Sept. 10*

Introduction; Planes of Reference
Descriptive Terminology

pp 6-13 (6-12)

Embryology
(Barbeau)

Sept. 12*

Embryonic Period;
Derivatives of the Germ Layers

pp  48-57 (48-57)

CNS
(Cechetto)

Sept. 17

Introduction to the CNS

pp 350-357 (348-355),
361 (359-360)

 

Sept. 19

Development of the CNS
(Michele Barbeau)

pp 53-54 (53-54);
369-371 (367-369);
375-377 (379-381)

 

Sept. 24

Cerebral Hemispheres 
(Arjun Maini)

pp 388-397 (394-403; 405)

 

Sept. 26

Basal Ganglia
(Erin Azzopardi)            

pp 398-399 (402-405)

 

Oct. 1

Diencephalon

pp  385-387 (390-393)

 

Oct. 3

Brain Stem and Cerebellum

pp 378-385; 432-434
(383-390; 431-432)

 

Oct. 8

Spinal Cord

pp 407-413 (374-379);
363-364 (360-362);
444-446 (439-442)

 

Oct. 10

Sensory Pathways

pp 413-416 (412-415)

 

Oct. 15

Motor Pathways

pp 416-419 (415-417);
363-364 (361-362)

 

Oct. 17

Higher Functions and Limbic System

pp 388-399 (394-403);
399-401 (406-407)

 

Oct. 22

Review of First Quarter Material

(Cechetto and Barbeau)

 

 

First Mid-Term Exam – Friday, October 25; NCB 101, NS 1; 7:00 – 10:00 pm

CNS

Oct. 24

Ventricles and Meninges
(Tyler Beveridge)

pp 377-378 (381-383);
401-407 (407-411)

Peripheral Nervous System

Oct. 29

Cranial Nerves
(Scott Caterine)

pp 432-444 (431-439)

 

October 31– November 1 Fall Study Break

 

Nov. 5

Spinal Nerves and Brachial Plexus
(Tyler Beveridge)

pp 444-453 (439-449)

 

Nov. 7

Autonomic Nervous System
(Jason Klemensberg)

pp 468-480 (463-474)

Special Senses

Nov. 12

Taste and Olfaction
(Danielle Ivey)

pp 489-492 (483-486)

Musculo-Skeletal System
(Barbeau)

Nov. 14*

Introduction to the Skeletal System
Surface Landmarks of the Skull

pp 151-168 (148-165)
181 (178)

 

Nov. 19*

Osteology of the Skull: Cranial Fossae and Foramina

pp 151-168 (148-165)

 

Nov. 21*

Introduction to the Muscular System
Muscles of the Head (Facial Expression Mastication and Tongue)

pp 262-263 (261-262);
266-270 (267-269);
270-285 (275-281)

 

Nov. 26*

Axial Skeleton: Vertebral Column

pp 170-178 (167-174)

 

Nov. 28*

Muscles of Thorax, Back and Neck

pp 178-181 (174-177);
284-292 (285-290)

 

Dec. 3*

Bony Pelvis and Muscles of Abdomen

pp 194-198 (191-195)
293-295 (291-293)

 

Dec. 5

Review of Second Quarter Material
(Neuroanatomy / Axial Skeleton & Muscles)

 

 

The Second Quarter Exam on Neuroanatomy and Musculoskeletal Structures of the Axial Skeleton will be scheduled during the Christmas exam period on a date and time T.B.A. by the Registrars Office        * Lectures presented by Dr. Barbeau



ANATOMY AND CELL BIOLOGY 3319
LABORATORY / DEMONSTRATION  SCHEDULE
     FALL TERM, 2013      

SECTION

DATE

TOPIC

Intro.

   

 

Sept. 19/20

Lab 1 – Anatomical Terminology/Early Embryology

 

Sept. 26/27

Lab 2 – Intro to CNS:  Cerebral Hemispheres; Basal Ganglia

 

Oct. 3/4

Lab 3 - Brain Stem and Cerebellum

 

Oct. 10/11

Lab 4 - Spinal Cord

 

Oct. 17/18

Lab 5 – Motor and Sensory Pathways

 

Oct. 24/25

Lab 6 - Ventricles and Meninges

 

Friday October 25; Mid-Term Test 1 – NCB 101; NS 1 (7:00 – 10:00 pm)

 

 

November 1 – Fall Study Break – No Lab

 

Nov. 7/8

Lab 7 - Spinal Nerves and Brachial Plexus; Cranial Nerves

 

Nov. 14/15

Lab 8 – Autonomic Nervous System; Olfaction and Taste

Musculo-Skeletal System

Nov. 21/22

Lab 9 – Osteology of the skull

 

Nov. 28/29

Lab 10 – Osteology of the skull 2 (Fossae)

 

Dec. 5/6

Lab 11 - Axial Muscles - Thorax, Back, Neck, Abdomen

 

 

LECTURES: WINTER TERM, 2014

Section

Date

Topic

MARIEB 7TH ED.
(6TH ED.)

Musculoskeletal System -  Appendicular (Dr. Steve Laviolette)

Jan. 7

Upper Extremity (Skeletal)

pp 186-194 (183-190)
298-303 (296-301)

 

Jan. 9

Upper Extremity

pp 302-308 (300-305)

 

Jan. 14

Upper Extremity

pp 305-310 (303-306)

 

Jan. 16

Upper Extremity

pp 310-314 (306-311)

 

Jan. 21

Lower Extremity

pp 194-204 (191-201);
315-318 (312-315)

 

Jan. 23

Lower Extremity

pp 318-322 (314-319)

 

Jan. 28

Lower Extremity

pp 323-328 (320-325)

 

Jan. 30

Joints

pp 209-232 (207-230)

Circulatory System
(Dr. Michele Barbeau)

Feb. 4

Heart: Structure and Function

pp 563-575 (556-568)
577-584 (570-576)

 

Feb. 6

Coronary and Pulmonary Circulation

pp 579-581 (572-573)
596-599 (589-592)

 

Feb. 11

Systemic Circulation: Principal Arteries

pp 600-606 (592-598)

 

Feb. 13

Principal Arteries and Veins

pp 606-618 (598-609)

 

February 17– February 21 Spring Break


Feb. 25

Review  (Appendicular musculoskeletal, Circulatory systems)

 

Respiratory System

Feb. 27

Nasal Cavity, Pharynx and Larynx

pp 646-654 (636-644)
166-168 (164-165)

 

Midterm Exam:  Friday, February 28; 7:00 –10:00 PM; NCB 101: NS 1

 

Mar. 4

Trachea, Bronchial Tree, Pleura and Lungs

pp 655-667 (645-657)

Digestive System

Mar. 6

Upper Digestive Tract

pp 676-692 (666-680)

 

Mar. 11

Stomach and Small Intestine
(Leah Labranche)

pp 692-700 (680-688)

 

Mar. 13

Large Intestine/ Accessory Digestive Organs (TBA)

pp 700-711 (688-699)

 Urinary System

Mar. 18

Kidney and Ureters

pp 720-731 (707-718)

 

Mar. 20

Urinary Bladder and Urethra

pp 731- 736 (718-722)

Reproduction System

Mar. 25

Male: Scrotum, Testis and Spermatic Ducts

pp 744-749 (731-736)
777-779 (765-766)

 

Mar. 27

Male: Accessory Glands, Urethra and Penis

pp 749-753 (736-739)
296-297 (294-295)

 

Apr. 1

Female: Ovaries, Uterine Tubes

pp 755-760 (742-746)

 

Apr. 3

Female: Uterus, Vagina and Perineum

pp 773-774 (753-754)
766-767 (760-761)
296-297 (294-295)

 

Apr. 8

Review: Respiratory; Digestive, Urinary and Reproductive Systems

 

 

The Fourth Quarterly Exam will be held during the Final exam period on a date and time T.B.A. by the Registrars office

 

 

ANATOMY AND CELL BIOLOGY 3319
LABORATORY / DEMONSTRATION  SCHEDULE
     WINTER TERM, 2014      

SECTION

DATE

TOPIC

Musculo - Skeletal System

Jan. 9/10

Upper Limb 1 - muscles of shoulder/arm

 

Jan. 16/17

Upper Limb  2 - muscles of forearm/hand

 

Jan. 23/24

Lower Limb 1 - muscles of hip and thigh

Circulatory
S
ystem

Jan. 30/31

Lower Limb 2 - muscles of leg; joints

 

Feb. 6/7

Heart & Coronary/ Pulmonary Circulation

 

Feb. 13/14

Major arteries and veins

 

Feb. 20/21

Spring Break – No Lab

 

Midterm Exam:  Friday, February 28; 7:00-10:00 pm; NCB 101; NS 1

 

Feb. 27/28

Respiratory System

Digestive System

Mar. 6/7

Upper Digestive Tract

 

Mar. 13/14

Lower Digestive Tract & Accessory organs

Urinary system

Mar. 20/21

Urinary system

 

Mar. 27/28

Good Friday – No Lab

Reproductive System

Apr. 3/4

Reproductive System – Male and Female

 

*  The last quarterly exam on the Respiratory, Digestive, Urinary and
Reproductive Systems will be held during the final exam period

 

DEPARTMENT OF ANATOMY & CELL BIOLOGY WESTERN UNIVERSITY

COURSE DESCRIPTION AND METHOD OF EVALUATION ANATOMY AND CELL BIOLOGY 3319

This course will study the gross anatomy of the whole human body.  This will take two full terms. There will be four tests during the academic year.  Each exam will cover material for that quarter of the course and will account for 20 % of the final mark.  The fall mid-term test will be held on Friday, October 25, 2013 from 7:00 – 10:00 pm and will consist of 75 "most appropriate answer" type multiple choice questions.  The winter mid-term exam will be held on February 28, 2014. The two term tests (in December and April) will be held during the University scheduled end-of-term examination periods (times and dates T.B.A.). The remaining 20% of the final mark (5% per quarter) will be obtained from laboratory exam marks.  The laboratory exams will be given during the term tests and will consist of 30 short answer and multiple choice questions based on the laboratory material.  Students are reminded that approval for writing a make-up exam must be obtained by the student from the Science Councilors in the Deans Office, Faculty of Science (WSC 191). Students without approval from a councilor will not be allowed to write the make-up exam.  The make-up exam will be similar format to the class exam – 75 multiple choice questions from the lectures, readings and
30 questions from laboratory demonstrations. There will be one make-up exam scheduled after the class exam. Students who cannot write the scheduled class or make-up exam will be required to write a special exam on the next quarterly test date which includes 75 questions from the course material from the preceding two quarters.

 

SUMMARY OF MARK ALLOCATION

  Date                                Topic                                                                                    Final Grade-

October 25
(7:00 pm)

Term Test 1
Introduction, Embryology, Central Nervous System

20 %

December
(Time and Date: TBA by the Registrar’s Office)

Term Test 2
Central Nervous System (con’t), Peripheral Nervous System, Special Senses, Axial Musculo- Skeletal Structures

20 % *

February 28
(7:00 pm)

Term Test 3
Musculoskeletal of Limbs; Cardiovascular System

20 %   *

April

Term Test 4

20 % *

(Time and Date:
TBA by the Registrar's  Office)

Respiratory, Digestive, Urinary and Reproductive System

 

* The remaining 20%  (5% per quarter) is obtained from the lab mark