Educational videos are intended for studying of topics covering bones of the skull. Teachers from Department of Anatomy show important anatomical structures for students of General and Dental medicine. Videos can be used for individual studying to make learning simpler, faster and more efficient.
Supported by grant VVGS - 2020 - 1460 Production of educational videos for studying skull.
These presentations included here represent a series of the second group of lectures for students of Dental Medicine in the first year of study. Lectures are dedicated to understand the regional anatomy of head and neck, including individual parts of central nervous system – spinal cord and brain, also muscles, arteries, veins, lymphatic structures, and nerves of head and neck. The group of presentations continues with the description of topographical anatomy of head and neck structures, sensory organs their nerve pathways, endocrine system, and skin.
Here presented selection of animations is intended to the students of general and dental medicine and shows several examples of demonstration and utilization of 3D virtual projection’s human body model in education. Examples demonstrate vessels and nerves of the head, neck, upper limb as well as lower limb.
The presentations included here represent a series of lectures for students of Dental Medicine in the first year of study. Individual lectures correlate with recent curriculum of the course and have to be used especially as auxiliary education material specifying basic structures of all presented topics.