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Prazos flexíveis

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Aprox. 33 horas para completar

Sugerido: 7 weeks of study, 4-6 hours/week...
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Inglês

Legendas: Inglês, Russo

Programa - O que você aprenderá com este curso

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Introduction

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Reading
2 vídeos (total de (Total 6 mín.) min), 7 leituras
Video2 videos
Welcome and introduction4min
Reading7 leituras
Meet the instructors & the team10min
Welcome to Leiden University!5min
Complete our short survey10min
Graphic content warning5min
Tips for studying online5min
Being successful in an international virtual learning environment10min
Behaving in an academic way5min
Horas para completar
4 horas para concluir

Mapping the abdomen and pelvis

Welcome to the first week of the course. Have you ever wondered what lies inside your abdomen? Do you know where the spleen or appendix is situated? Would you like to know how the physician looks at it and get the basics of a physical examination of the abdomen? Do you want to understand how all these structures can be seen on scans or X-rays? During this week you will get a better understanding of these things. We also lay the foundation for the following weeks of the course, like basic things to know about vascularization, the nervous system, embryology, and the wonderful membrane holding all these structures together: the peritoneum....
Reading
9 vídeos (total de (Total 58 mín.) min), 4 leituras, 6 testes
Video9 videos
Follow the food - A tour along the intestines8min
Anatomy on the table - 'Follow the food': A tour along the intestines8min
What do you see if you open the abdomen7min
Anatomy on the table - What do you see if you open the abdomen9min
Human Anatomy 101 - What you need to know56s
Working with the viewers10min
A tour of the abdomen and pelvis in the viewers9min
Summary of module ‘Mapping the abdomen’1min
Reading4 leituras
Getting the names right10min
Links to some 101 readers10min
Location of cross-sectional viewers1min
'Reading' cross-sections10min
Quiz6 exercícios práticos
Follow the food12min
'What lies here doctor?'14min
What you need to know28min
Working with the viewers10min
Diving into the cross-sections14min
Test your knowledge20min
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6 horas para concluir

Trip into the gut

After the first introduction of the abdomen with all its organs, this week we will focus at some microscopy and the first stages of gut development in the embryo. The gut starts as a simple straight tube which differentiates further into a internalized tract with specialized sections, each with its own function. You will learn how the esophagus transports your food, while its lower sphincter prevents food from returning - even if you're upside down! Then you will focus on how the stomach drenches all food in an extremely acid pool, attacking ingested bacteria and starting the digestion. That same acid would also damage the duodenum, so protective action is required. You will follow the digestion further down the tract, with its extensive folds and specialized cells and end up with more and more solid bowel contents when water is extracted in the colon. In order to demonstrate some functions further, we also have to dive into the world of microscopy. Join us on this trip into the gut with all its ingenious structural specializations along the way!...
Reading
10 vídeos (total de (Total 34 mín.) min), 9 leituras, 4 testes
Video10 videos
Four layer model4min
Peristalsis and muscle layer orientation: in-depth3min
Esophagus histology at a glance3min
Stomach histology in a nutshell2min
GI Tract histology: Some practical pointers25s
A slice of the gut at a glance5min
Introduction embryology and what happened before...1min
Folding of the embryo6min
Cavities5min
Reading9 leituras
Histology 101: Some basics & links5min
GI Tract histology: Short summary10min
CASK GI Tract microscopy: Interactive tutorial5min
Embryology 101: Holding or folding10min
Anatomy on the table - Lower oesophagus30min
Anatomy on the table - Stomach30min
Anatomy on the table - The small intestines30min
Anatomy on the table - The large intestines30min
Anatomy on the table - The rectum and anus30min
Quiz4 exercícios práticos
Basic embryology10min
Anatomy on the table40min
Integration with the clinic - macroscopy6min
Test your knowledge20min
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3
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3 horas para concluir

The gut and its 'suppliers and purchasers'

We discussed some microscopy before and the embryonic origin of the initial gut tube and how it differentiates into specialized sections for digestion. We will now focus on the question why the bowels are not arranged symmetrically left and right, like in the rest of our body, but are closely encircling and crossing over each other. With a unique 3D animation you will learn about the rotation of the gut during development. This key concept will help you to understand the anatomical relationships of the gut with its suppliers and purchasers. The gut cannot do it alone; it needs additional organs which supply digestive chemicals such as enzymes and bile and organs that process the absorbed food further. Both the gut and these organs also need a blood supply. You will learn where their blood vessels are situated. Also, the less prominent, but very important 'sewage' system, the lymphatics, will be dealt with. In the gut area, the lymphatics are specialized in transporting fats that are absorbed from the food! Lymphatic vessels also keep an eye on pathological invaders. Unfortunately they may also spread tumor cells. In short, this week's module is for everyone who is interested in the collaboration between the abdominal organs and the gut....
Reading
10 vídeos (total de (Total 24 mín.) min), 7 leituras, 5 testes
Video10 videos
Histology: Some practical pointers42s
A slice of pancreas at a glance4min
Liver histology at a glance4min
Introduction1min
Gut rotation in the embryo6min
Animation2min
Exercise embryology - Movie I (no audio)38s
Exercise embryology - Movie II (no audio)38s
Exercise embryology - Movie III (no audio)38s
Reading7 leituras
CASK microscopy blood vessels: In-depth interactive tutorial5min
Liver histology in a nutshell20min
Exercise embryology - Reading20min
Liver10min
Vascular system10min
Pancreas10min
Spleen10min
Quiz5 exercícios práticos
Virtual sections to practise with and gallbladder quiz2min
Exercise embryology - Quiz6min
Organs28min
Integration with the clinic: A few cases26min
Test your knowledge20min
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4
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3 horas para concluir

Knowing your peritoneal relationships

You have already learned that the bowels are not arranged symmetrically left and right. The rotation processes of the gut and its suppliers have important consequences for the peritoneal coverings of the gut and the abdominal wall. It determines why some structures lie easily accessible in the abdomen and others are more hidden away. In this week you will get a grip on difficult concepts as 'intraperitoneal' and 'retroperitoneal'. It is also a starter week about abdominal surgery. You will also learn a secret: The best way to mobilize the abdominal and pelvic organs is to separate what got adhered when the patient was just an embryo! Please feel free to dive into these embryonic matters and enjoy all the twists and turns!...
Reading
13 vídeos (total de (Total 64 mín.) min), 1 leitura, 4 testes
Video13 videos
Why bother about the peritoneum4min
What makes understanding the peritoneum so difficult4min
The relation of the peritoneum to the gut6min
Locations of the intestines in relation to the peritoneum7min
Anatomy on the table - The three locations of organs in relation to the peritoneum4min
Peritoneal terminology: Introduction1min
Peritoneal development1min
Peritoneal development, step 0, model, Introduction8min
Peritoneal development, step 1, model, Rotation of stomach, duodenum, pancreas3min
Peritoneal development, step 2, model, Rotation of the bowels8min
Peritoneal development, step 3, model. Development of the greater omentum4min
Anatomy on the table - Peritoneal structures and relations – an overview6min
Reading1 leituras
Reader Peritoneal terminology30min
Quiz4 exercícios práticos
Locations of the intestines in relation to the peritoneum12min
Exercise: Peritoneal terminology22min
Case: “I’m worrying about my stool”20min
Test your knowledge20min
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por DHApr 6th 2016

Excellent course and well designed. Even though some of the concepts where harder for me to understand I now have a basic understanding of the structure of the abdomen.

por LLOct 8th 2017

This is a great course for anyone who's interested in the abdomen. The instructors are both engaging and informative. I learned a lot from this course.

Instrutores

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Marco De Ruiter, PhD

Professor of Clinical and Experimental Anatomy
Leiden University Medical Centre
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Paul Gobée, MD

Assistent professor of Anatomy
Leiden University Medical Centre
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Beerend P. Hierck, PHD.

Associate professor of developmental biology
Leiden University Medical Center
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Daniël Jansma, MSc

E-Learning developer
Leiden University Medical Centre
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Bas Boekestijn, MD

Trainee Radiology
Leiden University Medical Centre
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Friso Jansen

Drs.
Leiden University Medical Centre

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