Subject: Anatomy

Scientific Area:

Life Sciences


40 Hours

Number of ECTS:




Overall objectives:

1 - Knowing the dynamics of life: the cell body systems.
2 - Knowing the anatomy and as understand the operation, the interrelationship of body systems and complementarity aspects of the human body.


1 - Structural organization of the human body; the cell.
2 - Anatomy of cutaneous systems, skeletal system, osteology, arthrology and myology.
3 - Anatomy of the circulatory system, respiratory system and digestive system.
4 - Anatomy of renal and urinary system, nervous system.
5 - Anatomy of the systems: endocrine, metabolism and thermoregulation energy.


Moore, K. L.; Dalley, A. F.; Agur, A. M. R. , 2014 , Anatomia orientada para a clínica. , Guanabara Koogan
Seeley, R. R. & Stephens, T. D., Tate, P. , 1997 , Anatomia & fisiologia. , Lusodidacta
Williams, P. L. (ed) , 1999 , Gray's anatomy : the anatomical basis of medicine and surgery. , Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone.
Zuidema, G. D. & Schlossberg, L. , 2002 , Atlas de anatomia funcional humana , Instituto Piaget

Assesssment methods and criteria:

Classification Type: Quantitativa (0-20)

Evaluation Methodology:
Expositive methodology for theoretical classes complemented with the use of video projections. Theoretical and practical classes in the classroom and/or laboratory using models and mannequins. Presentation of cases - situations demonstrated in the laboratory. Guidance for research and study in the classes attached to the student's autonomous work. Clarification of doubts. Assessment Methodology: Model A of the AAAUMa Regulation - two tests each, with a 50% weighting for the final classification of the Course. Minimum grade in each element of assessment 9,5 values. Both elements of evaluation are recoverable at the time of appeal/improvement or at special time according to the status of the student.