The Specialization Course in Anatomical Dissection aims at an in-depth knowledge of the three-dimensional organization, and functional and imaging anatomy of the different regions of the human body, through theoretical study and supervised practice of cadaveric dissection, which facilitates the establishment of anatomical-clinical and anatomical-functional correlations.
It also allows the learning / improvement of cadaveric dissection techniques and their application to the different regions of the human body, with a view to the identification, isolation and preservation of anatomical structures. In addition, it stimulates the appreciation of the meaning of the human body in teaching and research in health, and promotes appreciation of lifelong learning.
Revisit and / or deepen the knowledge of surface and topographic anatomy of the different regions of the human body.
Learn and / or improve cadaveric dissection techniques in order to identify, isolate and preserve anatomical structures.
Be able to establish correlations between morphology and function.
Be able to establish correlations between morphology and imaging aspects.