Course code 07 57 2404 20
ECTS credits 2
Course title in the language of instruction
Podstawy fizjologii i anatomii
Course title in Polish Podstawy fizjologii i anatomii
Course title in English
Fundamentals of Physiology and Anatomy
Language of instruction Polish
Course level second-cycle programme
Course coordinator dr hab. nauk med. Marek Lipiński
Course instructors dr hab. nauk med. Marek Lipiński
Delivery methods and course duration
Lecture Tutorials Laboratory Project Seminar Other Total of teaching hours during semester
Contact hours 20 10 0 30
E-learning No No No No No No
Assessment criteria (weightage) 0.00 0.00 0.00
Course objective 1. Introduction of basic human body build and functions, to descriptive anatomy level as well as to histological (microscopic) build level. 2. Presentation of cells, tissues, organs and systems build and their connections to function. 3. Presentation of methods of evaluation and analysis of microscopic image of tissue and organ in connection to their function.
Learning outcomes
Student should be able to:
1. define following notions: cells, tissues, organs
2. define cell membrane structures in connection to their function.
3. define, classify and describe cell organella.
4. explain influence of cells' inner structures on their functions 
5. identify, evaluate and analyse epithelial tissue, connective tissue and other tissues in human body
6. explain influence of function changes on organs' microscopic image in circulatory and lymphatic systems, explain influence of these changes on immunological system.
7. describe, explain and discuss rules of feedback in hypothalamus - pituitary gland - adrenal gland hormonal axis .
Assessment methods
LO 1-7: short written tests
LO 5,7: observation of conducted experiments, participated in the discussion, reports from experiments

Credit is based on test marks. Both lecture and laboratory knowledge is necessary to get credit. Final mark consists of lecture (70%) and laboratory (30%) marks.
Requires knowledge of basic physics and basic biology.
Course content with delivery methods

1. Basic laws of evolution. Construction of the cell. Basics of cytology. Organelles, intracellular membrane system
2. Epithelial tissue and connective tissue. The role of the tissues and their significance. Types of cells and connective tissue fibers.
3. Blood. Morphology and physiology of cells krwi.Krew. Blood proteins. Blood groups - the basics of inheritance
4. Immunnity. Antygens and antibodies. Immunological reactions.
5. Muscular and nervous tissues
6. The parts of human body. Axes and planes; symetry of human body. 
7.  Bone and cartilaginous tissues.
8.  Articulations and muscles.
9. The circulatory system. The blood, heart and the blood vessels.
10. Limphatic organs.
11. The digestive system.
12. The respiratory system. 
13. Skin.
14. The endocrine glands
Basic reference materials
1. Roman Pawlicki: Podstawy histologii. Podręcznik dla studentów Wydziału Analityki i pielęgniarstwa, Collegium Medicum UJ, Kraków, 1996.
2. Sean W. Lanigan: Lasery w dermatologii, Wydawnictwo Czelej Sp. z o.o., Lublin 2005
Other reference materials
1. Halina Podbielska: Diagnostyka i terapia fotodynamiczna, Wydawnictwo Medyczne Urban & Partner, Wrocław, 2004.
2. Aleksander Sieroń (red.): Zarys fotodynamicznej diagnostyki i terapii nowotworów; alfa-medica press, Bielsko-Biała, 1997.
Average student workload outside classroom
Brak uwag
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