Functional Anatomy I

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17PBZFA1 Z 4 2P+2C Czech
Yulia Čuprová (guarantor)
Václav Kvítek
Department of Health Care Disciplines and Population Protection

The course focuses on the integration of traditional disciplines of anatomy, microscopic anatomy and developmental morphology of functional disciplines - physiology. The course helps to understand the relationship between structure and function of the human body. Teaching follows the modern trend of teaching the direct linkage of morphology and function of individual systems. Seminary training is closely linked to the topics of lectures, and connected with practical exercises. It is strongly problem-oriented and uses the activation methods to increase student motivation. Of course, the use of modern multimedia programs (eg, ADAM, etc.). After the theoretical and practical, the main emphasis on the morphology and function of vital organs and the systems that are vulnerable to radiation and toxic substances.



1st Attendance 80% practical exercises. The absence (up to 20%, ie 3 absences per semester) must be replaced defended seminary work. Documented illness or incapacity for work medical report is considered absence.

2nd Preparation and defense of essay, the student chooses at the beginning of the semester according to the offer.

3rd Ongoing basic knowledge validated tests, seminar work, oral testing - determines the extent and form of practical teacher training.

test requirements

1st Granted credit for practical training

2nd The written test demonstrating knowledge of the first (proper) time, the first correction term (the second term) and the second correction term (the third term). The success of the test at least 80%.

3rd Tests are not published and are provided to students after the test.

Without obtaining credit and write credit in the baskets is not possible to implement the test!

Syllabus of lectures:

Cytomorfologie, functional morphology of the tissue with a focus on the musculoskeletal system tissues.

General structure of bones and joints. Growth and regeneration of bone tissue.

Axial body - the spinal kinesiology. Sectors.

Complex spine - pelvis.

Muscle, structure, innervation, control contraction and regeneration.

Somatic types, body growth, stages of development. Children's tissues and organs.

The general principle of construction gastropulmonální system.


Selected Topics in morphology and physiology of the digestive system 1

Selected Topics in morphology and physiology of the digestive system 2

Morphology of the respiratory tract. Construction of the lungs


Fundamentals of topography chest and abdomen. Projection bodies as the basis of clinical examination. Options endoscopy

Skull, construction, communications, facilities, mimic muscles and the skull - the digestive and respiratory systems

Skull, anthropometry, biomechanics, forensic biomechanics of skull, orbit

Sample issue

Syllabus of tutorials:


A brief history of the discipline, morphology: anatomy, histology, embryology and physical anthropology.

Directions and planes of the body.

The spine and joints in the spine. Skeleton chest. Entering seminary work

Skeleton of the pelvis and extremities, landmarks on the skeleton

Limb muscles

Trunk muscles. TEST

Defense seminar work, repeat - movement system. TEST

Demonstration organs of the digestive system 1

Demonstration organs of the digestive system 2

Anatomy of respiratory system

Mechanics of breathing, bone and joints in the thoracic respiratory muscles

Defense seminar papers. Revision of anatomy of the digestive and respiratory systems. TEST

Skull 1

Skull 2 mimic muscles

Consultation and midterm


Brief history of the field. Position in the field of medical sciences. Experiment. PowerLab - principle.

Modeling functions. Experiment on animals - ethics, importance. Cell Physiology

Liquid tissue - the first blood Construction of blood. Red blood cells. Blood transport system. Blood clotting.

Clinical applications. Entering seminary work.

The defense seminar papers. Second blood Blood groups. Immune role of blood - white blood series. Clinical aplikace.TEST

Physiology of muscle and muscle contraction. Muscle strength. Parametric test - a physiological basis. Entering

Seminar work - musculoskeletal physiology

Spinal reflex arch muscle innervation. Fundamentals of Reflexology in neurology. Demonstration of basic spinal reflexes. PowerLab.

Defense seminar papers. Repetition of subject matter. TEST

Fission and absorption of substances. Transport. The composition of food. Basics dietetologie.

Physiology of the liver, biliary tract and pancreas.

Thermoregulation 1

Thermoregulation 2

Defense seminar work, repetition of the digestive and respiratory system. TEST

Thermoregulation - seminar with the interpretation

Maintaining acid-base balance - a seminar with the interpretation

Consultation and midterm week

Study Objective:

To acquaint the cold structure and function of the human body.

Teaching is mainly focused on the modern trend of teaching in direct relation to the morphology and function of individual systems.

Emphasis is placed primarily on the morphology and function of vital organs and the systems that are vulnerable to radiation and toxic substances.

Study materials:

[1] Dylevský, I.: Funkční anatomie člověka, Grada 2009

[2] Feneis, H.: Obrazový anatomický slovník, Grada 2007

[3] Mourek, J.: Fyziologie, Grada 2005

[4] Dylevský I.: Dětský pohybový systém, Palestra, Vysoká škola tělesné výchovy a sportu PALESTRA, spol. s r.o., 2011

Time-table for winter semester 2020/2021:
Čuprová Y.
(lecture parallel1)
Kladno FBMI
Sál 2
Kvítek V.
(lecture parallel1
parallel nr.1)

Kladno FBMI
Učebna anatomie

Kvítek V.

(lecture parallel1
parallel nr.2)

Kladno FBMI
Učebna anatomie

Kvítek V.

(lecture parallel1
parallel nr.3)

Kladno FBMI
Učebna fyziologie
Time-table for summer semester 2020/2021:
Time-table is not available yet
The course is a part of the following study plans:
Data valid to 2021-03-02
For updated information see http://bilakniha.cvut.cz/en/predmet3055306.html