Anatomy II. Theory timetable - 2021/2022. II.
1. Male Reproductive System. Updated: 05.02.2019
2. Female Reproductive System.
3. Endocrine System.
4. Nervous System in General.
5. Spinal Cord.
6. Brainstem. Cerebellum.
7. Diencephalon. Cerebrum.
8. Tracts of CNS. Meninges. Ventricles and Liquor Circulation. Blood Supply of CNS.
9. Peripheral Nervous System. Vegetative Nervous System.
12. Gustation. Olfaction. Skin Anatomy.
Anatomy II Important Figure List
Gray’s Anatomy Book
Anatomy II General Course Info
Anatomy II Practice Image Mini-test
Number of Classes:
Place in the Curriculum: II. Semester
Prerequisites and Parallel Conditions:
- Prerequisites: Anatomy I. theory
- Parallel Condition: Anatomy II. practice
Written exam, based on the topics published in the class (1/3 Anatomy I. and 2/3 Anatomy II.)
Attendance on Lectures
- Regular attendance is expected at all lectures.
- Attendance sheet will be taken throughout the semester. You have to sign the attendance sheet on every lecture.
- You will not be able to attend the exam and complete the subject if you are absent from more than 15% of the classes.
Progress Exams in Semester Period:
Condition of Signature:
- Regular attendance as stated above.
- Downloadable lecture material in pdf files.
- Anatomy II Important Figures List, consists of the most important figures of the material.
- Collection of Anatomical Formulas II., contains all recognizable formulas
- Online E-test system: Practice test completion options in the E-teszt system.
- You can find the E-test system on the following link: http://otthoniteszt.etk.pte.hu/login.php
- In the preparation for each test, please pay attention to the proper spelling of the words/terms. In the test we can only accept the proper form of the terms.
- Gray’s Anatomy, 40th Edition (ISBN: 978-0-8089-2371-8)
- Putz, Reinhard, Pabst, Reinhard, Sobotta (2009) - Atlas of Human Anatomy I-II.
- Sam Jacob (2008) Human Anatomy: A Clinically-Orientated Approach (ISBN: 0443103739)
- Frederic H. Martini, Judi L. Nath, Edwin F. Bartholomew (2011) Fundamentals of Anatomy & Physiology (ISBN: 0-321-70933-0)
- Hole, Jr. John W. (1993) Human Anatomy & Physiology, 6th (ISBN: 0697122719)
- Justification of absence: Student is obliged to provide a scanned medical certificate for the teacher in email as soon as possible she/he’s recovered from the disease. No retrospective medical certificate is accepted at the end of the semester! If you have a planned absence (ski camp, occasions with the family,) please inform the teacher via email, and please send the medical certificate as soon as possible.
- Complaint deadline: the latest time when you are able to inform the teacher about any problem with the signature is the last Thursday of the first week of the exam period.
- Recognition of credits: If the student come from another University and he/she has a recognition of credits process at the Registrar’s Office, the student’s duty to attend the classes until he’s/she’s recognition of credits paper does not arrive, due to do not know the results in advance.
- Students can contact the teacher in the teacher’s office hours or email. Please do not disturb the teachers out of the office hours, it is possible to ask a personal time for the teachers via email.
- If the students have any question about the courses, please first looking at the web, if cannot find the answer then write to the teacher an email. When write an email for a teacher please write the following details: full name, NEPTUN code, the course name, and the major.
- Dr. Krisztina Takács, PhD, Lecturer (Course Chief)
Tel: +36-72-513-670 (630 extension)
Office: PTE, Faculty of Health Sciences, Institute of Nursing Sciences, Basic Health Sciences and Health Visiting, Vörösmarty u. 4., II. floor, Room A234
Office hours: Monday 13.00-14.00 PM, Tuesday 14.00-15.00 PM