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Course, academic year 2019/2020
Anatomy and General Kinesiology I - PABA030C
Title: Anatomie a obecná kineziologie I
Guaranteed by: Anatomie a biomechanika (51-500100)
Faculty: Faculty of Physical Education and Sport
Actual: from 2019
Semester: winter
Points: 0
E-Credits: 3
Examination process: winter s.:
Hours per week, examination: winter s.:4/2 C [hours/week]
Extent per academic year: 84 [hours]
Capacity: 60 / 60 (unknown)
Min. number of students: unlimited
State of the course: taught
Language: English
Teaching methods: full-time
Guarantor: MUDr. et MUDr. Václav Kvítek
Teacher(s): MUDr. et MUDr. Václav Kvítek
P//Is pre-requisite for: PFYZ108C, PFYZ110C, PFYZ116C, PFYZ104C, PFYZ120C
Annotation -
Last update: ZEITHAMMEROVA/FTVS.CUNI.CZ (06.04.2010)
This course introduces students to the concepts of dissection and examination of upper extremity, lower extremity, back, head, neck, and trunk with an emphasis on the musculoskeletal, nervous and cardiopulmonary systems. Advanced study of human nervous, muscular, and skeletal system with emphasis on function and their relationship to human movement. Laboratory to accompany this subject must be taken concurrently. This course will continue following semester as an Anatomy and General Kinesiology II.
Aim of the course - Czech
Last update: PhDr. Eva Tlapáková, CSc. (19.11.2010)

Získat anatomické a kineziologické znalosti o lidském těle, které jsou nezbytné jak pro další výuku, tak i pro rehalibitační praxi

Last update: PhDr. Eva Tlapáková, CSc. (19.08.2019)

Behnke: Kinetic Anatomy, Human Kinetics, 2012.

Drake,Vogl, Mitchell: Grays Anatomy for Students /any edition - not older 10 years/

Requirements to the exam
Last update: ZEITHAMMEROVA/FTVS.CUNI.CZ (01.04.2010)
Credit Requirements

  • Proven knowledge of common anatomical terminology and use in practice to be demonstrated through regular oral and written tests. 80% participation in Practical classes

Last update: PhDr. Eva Tlapáková, CSc. (19.08.2019)
1.Introduction - epithelium

2.Connective tissue - ligament, chondreal and bony tissue

3.Muscular tissue

4.Nervous tissue

5.Digestive system, liver and small bile ducts, pancreas. Situs viscerum

6.Respiratory system

7.Heart and body fluids, blood system, circulation

8.Lymphatic system and spleen, urinary system

9.Female genital organs, male genital organs

10.Intrauterine genesis

11.Glands with internal secretion {hypothalamo-hypophyzal system}

12.General osteology, genesis and growth of bones

13.General arthrology, chondreal and bony tissue related to articular system

14.Axial skeleton, spinal column, thorax, axial skeleton - connections

1.Anatomical directions, axes, levels, spinal column

2.Thorax, cranium



5.Skeleton of upper extremity

6.Skeleton of upper extremity

7.Skeleton of lower extremity

8.Skeleton of lower extremity

9.Connections of upper extremity

10.Connections of lower extremity

11.Head and neck muscles


13.Back muscles

14., 15. - credit

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