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Anatomia Umana Prometheus. Casa Editrice Ambrosiana, Milano. Elementi di Anatomia Umana. Gilroy Anne M. Educational objectives Knowledgement of basic concepts of human anatomy Prerequisites knowledge biology. Teaching methods Lecture. Thorax, abdomen, inguinal canal, urinary system, digestive system,pelvis and perineum, arm, leg, nervous system, eye, ear, endocrine systemm.

Functional groups of organic molecules. Molecules of biological interest. Metabolic pathways. Krebs cycle. Respiratory chain. Oxidative phosphorylation. Metabolism of carbohydrates, lipids, and aminoacids. Reference texts Biochimica e Biologia per le professioni sanitarie - Roberti, Alunni-Bistocchi, Antognelli, Talesa - McGraw-Hill Educational objectives The main aim of this course is to provide students with the knowledge of basic properties of biological systems and of the mechanisms controlling cellular homeostasis.

Main knowledge acquired will be: -properties of water and is importance as cell solvent; -chemical components of cell; -properties of solutions, physiological solutions, buffers; -functional groups of organic molecules and their reactivity; -energy transfer in biochemical transformations; -structure and function of molecules involved in cell metabolism; -main metabolic transformations; -hormonal regulation of metabolism in feeding and fasting. The main competence will be: -to evaluate the nature and properties of reagents and solutions usually employed in professional practice; -to understand the general metabolic behavior in physiopathological conditions.

Prerequisites For an effective understanding of Biochemistry, the basic knowledge at high school level of Chemistry is required. Teaching methods The course is organized in lectures on all the subjects.

Students are stimulated to interact with the teacher during the lectures. The written test, comprising basic questions covering all the topics, aims to assess the minimum basic preparation to face the oral examination. The oral exam aims to assess the level of knowledge of the subjects and the ability to make connections and to integrate knowledge. The oral exam will also test the student communication skills.

The final evaluation takes into account mainly the oral exam. Hints on tomic structure and periodic table of the elements. The chemical bond: omopolar and eteropolar covalent bond, donor-acceptor bond, electrostatic bonds, hydrogen bond.

Biologically relevant inorganic compounds. Hints on the states of the matter. Properties of liquids, vapour pressure. Solutions: concentration units. Osmotic pressure and osmolarity. Physiologic solution. Strong and weak electrolytes, the chemical equilibrium. Acids and bases. The ionic product of water, pH. Oxidation state of carbon in the organic compounds. Hybridization of carbon and functional groups of organic molecules. Hydrocarbons, alcohols, aldehyds and ketons, amines, carboxylic acids, esters, amides.

Structure and properties of monosaccharides, disaccharides, and polysaccharides. The glycosidic bond. Carbohydrates of physiologic significance: glucose, fructose, ribose, saccharose, lactose, starch, cellulose, glycogen. Structure and properties of fatty acids, acylglycerols, phospholipids, glycolipids, and cholesterol. Proteins: structural organization, classification, functions. Denaturation of proteins. Structure and functions of hemoglobin and myoglobin.

Oxygen transport. Physiologic and pathologic hemoglobins. Reaction rate. Enzymes as biological catalysts. Effect of substrate concentration, pH, and temperature. Hints on enzyme activity regulation. Clinical importance of enzymes in serum. Overview of metabolic pathways: anabolism, catabolism, linear and cyclic pathways.

ATP: structure and role in the metabolism. The Krebs cycle. The respiratory chain and oxidative phosphorylation. The metabolism of carbohydrates. Digestion and absorption of sugars. Glycolysis, metabolism of glycogen, and gluconeogenesis. The hormonal control of blood glucose insulin and glucagon. The metabolism of fats. Digestion, absorption, and storage of dietary lipids.

Lipolysis and fatty acid oxidation. Biosynthesis of fatty acids and triacylglycerols. Hormonal control of lipolysis and lipogenesis insulin and glucagon. Lipid transport and plasma lipoproteins. The ketone bodies. The metabolism of proteins and aminoacids.

Protein digestion and aminoacid absorption. Transamination and deamination reactions. The metabolic fate of aminoacid carbon skeleton. First stages of embryo development. Idelson-Gnocchi Educational objectives The main knowledge that students will acquire will be:-critical knowledge of the essential morphological features of the normal tissues related to the function that the tissues have in the body;- knowledge of the distribution and features of the tissues in the human body as introduction to anatomy.

Prerequisites Basic scientific notions acquired in high school on general Biology, Chemistry and Physics Teaching methods The course is organized as follows: 1 face to face lectures on all subjects of the course; during lectures, teacher uses video and slide projections as main tools; 2 laboratory exercises at Histology Lab to examine the normal morphology of cells and tissues.

The morphology will be studied by examining histological sections under light microscope. The oral exam aims to assess the level of knowledge of the arguments discussed in the integrated course, and the ability to make connections and to integrate knowledge, also in relation to the future professional activity.

Connective and adipose tissue. Bone tissue. Muscular tissues: morphology of smooth and striated muscles. Nervous tissue neuron, synapses, nerve fibers.

Gametogenesis and Fertilization. Stem cells. Details Last update. Share Share. Table of content Table of content. Pages Pages. Il Portale utilizza cookie tecnici per migliorare l'esperienza di navigazione, senza tracciare alcun dato personale. Vengono utilizzati poi dei cookie tecnici di terze parti per la raccolta, in forma anonima, di dati statistici sull'uso del Portale.

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Gross anatomy of the major organs and systems, topographical relationships between the structures, notions of microscopic anatomy. Martini: Anatomia Umana Prometheus Martini.

All the didactical materials and information of the exam and the course are available in Unistudium. Chemical bonds. The main aim of this course is to provide students with the knowledge of basic properties of biological systems and of the mechanisms controlling cellular homeostasis.

For an effective understanding of Biochemistry, the basic knowledge at high school level of Chemistry is required.

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Sonographic visibility of the sinus tarsi with a 12 MHz transducer.

Transillumination with non-ionizing radiation followed by the observation of transmitted and diffused light is the simplest, and probably the oldest method to obtain qualitative information on the internal structure of tissues or body sections. Although scattering precludes formation of high-definition image unless complex techniques are employed , low resolution pictures complemented by information on the functional condition of the living sample can be extracted. In this context, we have investigated a portable optoelectronic instrumental configuration for efficient transillumination and image detection, even in ambient day-light, of in vivo samples with thickness up to 5 cm, sufficient for visualizing macroscopic structures. Tissue illumination is obtained with an extended source consisting in a matrix of 36 near infrared Vertical Cavity Surface Emitting Lasers VCSELs that is powered by a custom designed low-voltage current driver. In addition to the successful acquisition of morphological images of the hand dorsal vein pattern, functional detection of physiological parameters breath and hearth rate is achieved non-invasively by means of a monochrome camera, with a Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor CMOS sensor, turned into a wavelength selective image detector using narrow-band optical filtering. Optical imaging methods have been successfully applied in biomedical and clinical applications and reviewed in several recent publications [ 1 , 2 , 3 ]. Among them, optical transillumination is a non-invasive diagnostic technique based on the use of a light source placed underneath the tissue under test, to identify internal structural abnormalities.

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Anatomia Umana Prometheus. Casa Editrice Ambrosiana, Milano. Elementi di Anatomia Umana. Gilroy Anne M. Educational objectives Knowledgement of basic concepts of human anatomy Prerequisites knowledge biology. Teaching methods Lecture. Thorax, abdomen, inguinal canal, urinary system, digestive system,pelvis and perineum, arm, leg, nervous system, eye, ear, endocrine systemm.

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