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1 Discipline - Anatomy of animals
2 Degree program in - Veterinary medicine
3 Profile - Veterinary medicine
4 Qualification (degree) - Long first degree
5 Mode of study - Full-time
6 Overall workload (ECTS) - 15
7 Semester - 2nd , 3rd , 4th 
8 Module type - 
9 Summative assessment - Final control of knowledge is held at the end of the semester. The final control grade is added to midterm control grade. To obtain admission to the exam a student must score at least 40 points per each of 3 learning blocks.
10 Aims
The discipline aims to form students theoretical knowledge and practical skills in animal anatomy in the amount necessary for the work of a veterinarian.

11 Competences to be developed:

Generic:
- oral presentation, communication skills;
- teamwork;
- analytical skills,
- ability to formulate problems,
- ability to effectively search for, find, systemize and analyze data,
- collaborative and leadership skills.
Specific:
Ability to operate professional methods and special tools:
- examination and palpation of the animal body, palpation of bone protrusions, ligaments, synovial inversions of all joints;
- preparation of the animal for autopsy;
- autopsy;
- fine preparation, isolation of small organs, analysis of the structure of organs and systems;
- examination of individual organs of animals and their structures, detection of macroscopic abnormalities characteristic of individual animal diseases;
- analysis and synthesis of the data obtained as a result of pathoanatomic autopsy of the animal.

12 Learning outcomes Upon successful completion of the discipline students will be able to: 

· Describe and analyze:
- the structure of cells and tissue types,
- animal body organs and systems,
- the structure and topography of bones and ligaments.
- the structure and topography of internal organs (splanchnology),
- fundamentals of neurology,
- the structure and topography of the cardiovascular and nervous systems;
· determine the projection of the skeleton and individual bone protrusions on the surface of the animal body;
· carry out the preparation of the animal to the autopsy and the autopsy of the animal, dissect and isolate individual types of muscles, bones and ligaments;
· conduct a fine dissection of blood vessels and nerves, to be able to allocate the organs of the Central nervous system, to conduct an autopsy of the brain;
· open a corpse of an animal taking into account features of separate types of animals;
· extract the organs of the animal, examine and detect abnormalities, select material for additional studies to identify the causes of death of the animal;
· carry out the analysis, systematize the results with regard to the peculiarities of the animal life and the clinical picture of the disease;
· analyze the data of the pathoanatomical autopsy, set up the diagnosis;
assess macroscopic picture characteristic of individual pathological conditions and diseases of animals, including infectious.

13 Bibliography

1. Klimov A. F., Acaevski. A. I. Anatomy of domestic animals. St. Petersburg: LAN, 2011.
2. Acaevski A. I. Anatomy of domestic animals. Moscow: Kolos, 1984.
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4. Khrustaleva I. V. Anatomy of domestic animals. Moscow: Kolos, 1994.
5. Shashanov I. R. Laboratory workshop on animal anatomy. Mordovia University, 2005 6. Bogdanov V. G., Khokhlov P. G., Soloviev M. O. Topographical anatomy and operative surgery. Kemerovo: Kemerovo state medical Academy, 2002.
7. Kabak S. L. Short course in topographic anatomy. Minsk: Vysshaya Shkola, 2014.
8. Chasanow I. R. Working program of the course "Anatomy of animals". Saransk: Referent, 2005.
9. Rodin V. N. Anatomy of animals (myology). Saransk: Referent, 2004.
10. Bogdanov V. G., Khokhlov P. G., Vedrinski L. A. a Guide to practical classes in topographical anatomy and operative surgery. Kemerovo: Kemerovo state medical Academy, 2009.
11. Egorov V. Ya. Guidelines for independent work on anatomy. SPb.: Institute of special pedagogy and psychology, 2012.
12. Zheleznov L. M., Veprintseva O. T., Galeeva E. N. Anatomy of the head and neck. Orenburg: Orenburg state medical Academy, 2013.
13. Aprelev A. E. et al. Clinical anatomy of the visual organ. Orenburg: Orenburg state medical Academy, 2013.
14. Disinfection. Antiseptics: scientific and practical peer-reviewed journal. M.:Publishing House VELT, 2013. Vol. IV, No. 4(16).
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