عن قسم التشريح الادمى وعلم الاجنة

ANATOMY AND EMBRYOLOGY DEPARTMENTBROCHURE

Staff members of theAnatomy and Embryology Department

Professors:

1)Ashraf Saber Bayomy Hegab

2)Mamdouh Abd Altawab Al Ashtokhy

3)Ibrahim Amin Maher

4)Hassan Mahmoud Alfeky

5)Abd Al-Mawla Al-Said Aidarous

6)Mohamad Abd El Monem Al Atar

7)Mohii Al Said Holil

Assistant professors:

1)Metwaly Abdel Bary Mansoor

2)Yousif Hussin Abd El Aty

3)Abd Al Fatah Osama Afifi

4)Maher Waheed El Din Abd El Hamid

5)Adel Mohamad Salah Al Din

6)Mohamad Atef Said Ahmad

7)Gamal Hamed Al-Said

8)Abd Al Moneim Awad Hegazi

Lecturers:

1)Reda Ali Abd El Hameed

2)Hanan Al Said Loutfy

3)Saly Samir Monier

4)Nadia Al Abasiry Said Ahmad

5)Amal Soliman Swilam

6)Maha Mohamad Ahmad

7)Amal Al Shahat Ibrahim

8)Ibrahim Hassan Ali Alazony

9)Dalia Abd El Hameed Mandour

10)Rasha Mohamad Sabry

11)Aza Ismail Farag

12)Manal Mohamad Morsy

13)Marwa Mahmoud Ahmad

14)Heba Osma Mohamad Helmy

15)Gozif Amin Aziz

16)Saad Ahmad Sedik Al Agouz

17)Mohamad Bahgat Ali

18)Mohamad Hesham Atwa

19)Ashraf Yousif Nasr

20)Ashraf Fawzi Abd El Karim

21)Fathi Ahmad Fatouh

22)Naser Ahmad Mahmoud Al Sawy

23)Eman Mohamad Ahmad Abd Al Ghani

ASSISSTENT STAFF

Assisstant Lecturer:

1)Enssaf Ahmad Abd Al Hameed

2)Rania Saad Ramadan

3)Marwa Al Said Sleem

4)Mohamad Ahmad Sabry

5)Samaa Salah Abd ElFatah

6)Doaa Mohamad Yousif

7)Samaa Salah

8)Asmaa Mohamad Tolba

9)Mohamad Ahmad Shehata

10)Rania Sayed Moawad

11)Amira Ibrahim Mohamad

12)Eman Ramadan Abd El Fatah

13)Nehal Al Said Ahmad

14)Marrwa Tharwat Abd El Fatah

15)Rania Hassan Mohamad

16)Reham Helmi Abd El Karim

17)Eman Boraay Mohamad

18)Nora Mohamad Kenawy

19)Dalia Ibrahim Mohamad

20)Asmaa Monier Soliman

21)Eman Saad Al Shetry

22)Marwa Al Said Sleem

Demonstrators:

1)Walaa Abd Al Hameed Rashad

2)Sherin Al Said Tawfik

3)Sherihan Fekry Othman

4)Mahmoud Ramadan Abd Al Hameed

5)Adel Mohammad Abd Alkhalik

6)Rasha Agag

7)Ola

8)Imtethal Mamdouh Mohammad

9)Amira Hamed Soliman

10)Nehal Ahmad Bahaa

11)Noha Ali Abd Al-moteleb

12)Nansy Hussiny Hassan

13)Alaa Fawzy Abd Al-Aal

14)Wafaa Mostafa Ahmad

15)Wesam Alsaid Amin

16)Eman Sabry

17)Nehal Mohammad Omar

18)Samar Mortada Mahmood

19)Manar Mohamady Khatab

20)Marwa Sabry

Secretary:

1)Hanan

2)Hala

3)Al Said

Workers:

There are five workers in the department

ACTIVITIES

Teaching the undergraduate students of grade one and two basic embryology & anatomical considerations of the different parts of human body and their congenital malformations through;

Lectureing---presentations---- audiovisual unit--- discussions

practical sessions ------ museum -----plastic models ----- group search

oIn lectures 52 students are allowed in each, for two hours a day / two times per week, under supervision of a staff member.

o(In the practical sessions 35 students are allowed in each section room for two hours a day / two times per week.)

oEvery section is under supervision of a team of (professor/ assistant professor/lecturer and assistant staff)

-Postgraduate candidates; they are to be taught advanced anatomical considerations- detailed anatomic features according to their specialty concerns. New curricula were applied ):

the master degree part one in the following departments

Orthopedics

General surgery

Cardiology

Neurosurgery

Urology

ENT

Chest

Gynecology

Cardiothoracic surgery

Neurology

Anesthesiology

Tropical

General medicine

Pediatrics

physiotherapy

·Anatomy candidates of master and M.D.

·Every professor is responsible about a postgraduate specialty till the end of its course.

INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES:

By the end of the course the participant is expected to gain:

1-Knowledge;

K1---Describe the development, structure and function of the healthy human body and each of his major organ systems at the macroscopic level.

K2---Recognize the detailed and fine anatomical landmarks and relations

K3---Recognize and discuss the implications of altered structure and function of the body and its major systems that are seen in various anomalous and pathological conditions.

2-Skills;

S1---Conduct both effective and accurate comprehensive and focused physical examinations in reference to anatomical considerations

S2---Allow for precise surgical approaches, the most perfect and avoidable in-go points.

S3--- Demonstrate the ability to assess various body parts & to plan & implement interventions to increase functional ability and limit disability.

S4---planning for most easy, accurate, time saving surgical interventions on the base of normal anatomical considerations.

S5----prediction of various anomalous conditions as first step directed medical approach.

3-Behavior;

AB1---Display the personal attributes of compassion , honesty , and integrity in relation ships with the medical profession.

AB2---Exhibit well- developed interpersonal skills in providing, searching and discussing medical informations.

AB3---importance of respectable communication with other staff members.

AB4---Demonstrate professionalism and high ethical standards in dealing with human body

AB5--- Exhibit a capacity for self- evaluation, moral reflection and ethical reasoning to form the basis for a self directed, lifelong engagement in the responsible, committed, compassionate practice of medicine

TOOLS OF EVALUATION OF THE STUDENTS

§Final exam

§pre-dated Mid year exam

§Periodic tests

Student assessment

Examination

Marks allocated

Section examination

Attendance

10

activities

10

periodic exams

30

Final examination

Written exam

90

MCQ examination.

35

Practical exam.

50

Oral examination

25

Total allocated marks

250

BRANCHESTAUGHTIN THE DEPARTMENT

ýHuman anatomy

ýBiology

ýEmbryology (general and special)

ýGenetics

A CLOSE UP ON THE DEPARTMENT AND ITS PARTITIONS

I; the dessicting unit

ýithaselevenhalls, six of which has fixed Data-shows

ýa lab for scientific research

ýcup-boards for many plastic models used for teaching inside section halls

II; the Museum

·It occupies nearly half the department's area (in the words of other universities staff members;it is the largest museum all-over Egypt ).

·It contains groups of glass cup-boards preserving many samples kept inside jars of various sizes (as well as on tables). Each jar has its sample signed with numbers that are clarified through the accompanying sheet.

·A book for all the present specimens is also available for grade one and two students and also for postgraduates.

·The museum also receives many medical students from other universities keen to study anatomy a life as well as school-groups.

·Types of specimens:

§Head & neck

§Neuro-anatomy

§Upper limbs

§Thorax and its organs

§Abdomen and its organs

§Pelvis and its organs

§Lower limb

§Embryos in various ages

§Bone samples

III: staff rooms

§There are about ten rooms for staff members adding to a room for the head of department and another as secretary room.

§A wide hall for seminars and thesis discussions.

Theoretical

Date

Week

Intercostal muscles and membranes

Intercostal nerves, arteries and veins

Lymph drainage of the thoracic cavity

29 Sep

1

Pleura and pleural recesses

Surfaces, borders, root and surface anatomy of the lung.

Bronchopulmonary segments, nerve and blood supply of the lungs

6 Oct

2

Pericardium

Heart ( surfaces , borders and interior of the right and left atrium)

13 Oct

3

Interior of the right and left ventricles, valves, conducting system and cardiac plexuses

Arterial supply and venous drainage of the heart

Surface anatomy of the heart and

20 Oct

4

Eid Al-Adha vacation

25-29 Oct

Mediastinum

Inlet and outlet of the thorax

Internal mammary artery and veins

Azygos vein

27 Oct

5

Esophagus and thoracic duct

Thoracic part of sympathetic trunk and parts of the aorta

3 Nov

6

1stMidterm exam

10-15 Nov

Theoretical

Date

Week

Intercostal muscles and membranes

Intercostal nerves, arteries and veins

Lymph drainage of the thoracic cavity

29 Sep

1

Pleura and pleural recesses

Surfaces, borders, root and surface anatomy of the lung.

Bronchopulmonary segments, nerve and blood supply of the lungs

6 Oct

2

Pericardium

Heart ( surfaces , borders and interior of the right and left atrium)

13 Oct

3

Interior of the right and left ventricles, valves, conducting system and cardiac plexuses

Arterial supply and venous drainage of the heart

Surface anatomy of the heart and

20 Oct

4

Eid Al-Adha vacation

25-29 Oct

Mediastinum

Inlet and outlet of the thorax

Internal mammary artery and veins

Azygos vein

27 Oct

5

Esophagus and thoracic duct

Thoracic part of sympathetic trunk and parts of the aorta

3 Nov

6

1stMidterm exam

10-15 Nov

Theoretical

Date

Week

Pectoral Region and muscles

Breast

17 Nov

1

Axilla, boundaries and content

Axillary artery, axillary vein and anastomosis around the scapula

24 Nov

2

Brachial Plexus

Scapular muscles and inter-muscular spaces

Axillary nerve

1 Dec

3

Arm muscles and nerves

Brachial artery and cupital fossa

8 Dec

4

Forearm anterior compartment muscles and vessels

Forearm posterior compartment muscles and vessels

15 Dec

5

Nerves of the forearm and anatomical Snuff Box

Hand

22 Dec

6

Theoretical

Date

Week

3rdMidterm exam

16-21 Mar

Arrangement of pelvic organs and pelvic peritoneum

Muscles of the Pelvis

23 Mar

1

Nerves and Vessels of the Pelvis

Uterus, Ovary and Vagina

30 Mar

2

Rectum

Pelvic ureter, ductus deference, seminal vesicles and ejaculatory duct.

Prostate- urethra

6 Apr

3

Perineum: anal triangle

Perineum: Ischiorectal fossa, Internal pudendal artery and pudendal nerve.

Perineum: perineal pouches

13 Apr

4

Final practical exam

28 Apr-2 May

Spring festival vacation

4 - 9 May

Final written and oral exam

18 May

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