By Michael J. Blunt
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6) Uses nasal speculum to examine the nose. 6). (20 min) Media Prosected specimens, models of sagittal sections of head and neck, routine x-rays and special sinus projections, nasal specula, sections ofskuU. THE HEAD AND NECK 55 TOPIC IV Masticatory processes and taste. General Objective 1 Comprehends the organizational features of the temporomandibular joint. 1) Delineates the surface of the temporomandibular joint. 2) Delineates the attachments of the joint capsule, lateral and sphenomandibular ligaments and the articular disc.
18) Tests salivary flow. 19) Predicts the possible effects of a hypoglossal nerve lesion. 20) Predicts the total effects (excluding middle ear) of a facial nerve lesion. 12). 10). 3) Uses a torch and tongue depressor to examine the oral cavity of a colleague. Identifies the surface features of the vestibule, teeth and gums, the oral cavity, oral pharynx and tongue. Examines tongue movements and alterations in tongue shape; predicts the muscles which are acting in protrusion, retraction and depression of the tongue and in alteration of tongue shape.
Deduces the relative contributions of scapular rotation and glenohumeral movement at different stages of abduction. 8) Participates in group discussion of the above. *(20 min) Media Articulated skeletons, disarticulated bones**, living subjects, skin pencils, rulers and protractors. TOPIC II Elbow joint and elbow region. General Objective 1 Comprehends and appUes to function the main features of the bones and muscles around the elbow and the main features of the elbow joint. * On the assumption that study of the upper limb will frequently constitute the first part of the anatomy course, a set of multiple choice questions based on the objectives to Topic 1 is presented in Appendix B.
A New Approach to Teaching and Learning Anatomy. Objectives and Learning Activities by Michael J. Blunt