MEDI 7058 Multi-sectional and 3D Human Anatomy
Credit Points 10
Legacy Code 401320
Coordinator James Nol Opens in new window
Description This unit includes detailed 3D high resolution multi-sectional anatomy of the human body. Learning human anatomy in a 3D high resolution platform will enable students to conceptualise biological organs in 3D. Students will develop the ability to differentiate between normal and abnormal anatomy as well as understanding the demographics of pathological lesions in their daily clinical works. Delivered online, students will have opportunities to interact with medical imaging specialists as well as other subspecialists, such as surgeons, neurologists, and Emergency Specialists.
Student Contribution Band HECS Band 3 10cp
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Level Postgraduate Coursework Level 7 subject
Restrictions Students must be enrolled in 4767 Master of Advanced Imaging (MRI), 4768 Graduate Diploma of Advanced Imaging (MRI) or 4769 Grad Certificate in Advanced Imaging (MRI)
- Examine high resolution theoretical and practical 3D anatomy.
- Examine high resolution 3D Advanced Imaging cross-sectional anatomy.
- Analyse the most appropriate anatomical planes for commonly investigated structures.
2.Cross-sectional 3D anatomy of human body, which includes head, spine, neck, chest, Abdomen and pelvis, upper and lower extremities.
3.Illustration of anatomical structures in their common scanned planes
4.Reconstructed 3D imaging in 2D and 3D interactive platforms
The following table summarises the standard assessment tasks for this subject. Please note this is a guide only. Assessment tasks are regularly updated, where there is a difference your Learning Guide takes precedence.
|Reflective Journal||500 words x10||50||N||Individual|
|Clinical Image critique||2,000 words||30||N||Individual|
2022 Semester 1
Subject Contact James Nol Opens in new window
Attendance Requirements 80% attendance rate is imposed in all core subjects’ due to the nature of class activities that are aligned with subject assessments.