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Edinburgh Imaging Academy – online distance learning coursesBody AnatomySemester 1 / Autumn10 CreditsEach Course is composed of Modules & AbdominalIMScIMScIMScMIAAMIAAEach Module is composed of Lectures, Reading Lists, MCQ self-assessments,& Discussion Boards.These Modules are taught on the following Programmes, or are incorporated intoblended Courses which teach students enrolled outwith the Edinburgh ImagingAcademy: IMSc - Imaging programmeMIAA - Medical Imaging and Anatomy - course for MSc Human Anatomy &Dip / Cert Anatomical Sciences

Edinburgh Imaging Academy – online distance learning coursesModules include:Cardio-thoracic:Lung AnatomyBronchial Tree AnatomyMediastinumMusculoskeletal:SpineThe lower limbUpper limb anatomyAbdominal:Abdominal & pelvic anatomy

Edinburgh Imaging Academy – online distance learning coursesCardio-thoracicLecture 1Title: Lung AnatomyDescription: Segmental anatomy of the lungsAuthor(s): S Eljamel, M JacksonLearning Objectives Describe and identify:o The pleural spaces including the fissureso Lobar lung anatomyo Segmental lung anatomyo Normal variants in lung anatomyLecture 2Title: Bronchial Tree AnatomyDescription: Segmental anatomy of the airwaysAuthor(s): S Eljamel, M JacksonLearning Objectives Describe and identifyo the main bronchial airway anatomyo the segmental bronchial airway anatomy Explain the route by which air reaches each lung List ways in which anatomy influences disease patterns Describe and identify normal variants in bronchial airway anatomyLecture 3Title: MediastinumDescription: Cross-sectional anatomy of the mediastinumAuthor(s): E Del Vescovo, S McLenachanLearning Objectives State the mediastinal divisions & list the major structures they contain Identify mediastinal great vessels, organs & lymph node stations on cross-sectionalimaging Recognise common anatomical variants

Edinburgh Imaging Academy – online distance learning coursesMusculoskeletalLecture 1Title: SpineDescription: Cervical, thoracic, lumbar & sacral spine: bones, cord, nerve roots & the caudaequinaAuthor(s): Lorna Gibson, Andrew FarrallLearning Objectives Identify and describe the anatomy ofo Cervical spineo Thoracic spineo Lumbar spineo Sacral spineLecture 2Title: The lower limbDescription: Introduction to radiological anatomy of the lower limbAuthor(s): Tom Blankenstein, Andrew FarrallLearning Objectives Identify on common imaging modalitis, and describe, the anatomy of lower limb:o Boneso Vesselso Jointso Muscle compartmentsLecture 3Title: Upper limb anatomyDescription: Radiologic anatomy of shoulder, elbow, wrist & hand; supporting muscles &ligaments; circulation; and nerves.Author(s): Andrew Farrall, Kenneth MuirLearning Objectives Identify, locate on imaging, and explain the anatomy of the upper limb:o Boneso Jointso Muscleso Blood vesselso Nerves

Edinburgh Imaging Academy – online distance learning coursesAbdominalLecture 1Title: Abdominal & pelvic anatomyDescription: Radiologic anatomy of abdominal organs and circulationAuthor(s): Dr Andrew FarrallLearning Objectives Identify, locate on imaging, and explain the anatomy of the abdominal & pelvic:o Organso Vessels

Body Anatomy Semester 1 / Autumn 10 Credits Each Course is composed of Modules & Activities. Modules: Cardio-thoracic IMSc MIAA Musculo-skeletal IMSc Abdominal IMSc MIAA Each Module is composed of Lectures, Reading Lists, MCQ self-assessments, & Discussion Boards. These Modules are taught on the following Programmes, or are incorporated into blended Courses which teach students enrolled .

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