ELECT EANAB - Three Dimensional Anatomy
ELECTIVE DIRECTOR(S): John Beal, Ph.D. PHONE: 318.675.5315 8-211
DURATION OF ELECTIVE: 2 Weeks ADMINISTRATIVE CONTACT: Jennifer Harper
LOCATION OF ELECTIVE: Human Anatomy Lab (8-333) Phone: 318.675.5312
MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS: 8/Block MINIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS: 1
ELECTIVE OFFERED DURING BLOCKS: III - IX only
COURSE CODE: EANAB
THIS COURSE IS DESIGNED FOR STUDENTS ENTERING SURGICAL SPECIALTIES AND SUBSPECIALTIES OR RADIOLOGY
The student will demonstrate the ability to visualize a specific anatomical region in three dimensions by performing a complete dissection in one of five anatomical regions (head & neck, thorax, abdomen, pelvis-perineum, or joints), then correlate the dissection with axial sections of the area as viewed in the Netanatomy atlas.
The student, through cadaveric dissection and exploration of axial sections, will gain a detailed understanding of the three dimensional anatomy of a specific region of the body.
Anatomy Atlas: Netter, Grants or Thieme
Axial Section Atlas: Netanatomy.com
SPECIFIC DUTIES OF SENIOR STUDENTS
The student will demonstrate their dissection to the Anatomy Course Director and will take an oral quiz where the
student will identify all structures in the dissected area including the vascular and nerve supply and duct systems. The
student will also identify and demonstrate the three dimensional relationships between the identified structures
on the dissected area and on the axial sections of the area provided by the Netanatomy atlas.
Blocks 3-9 only