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3) Deduces and marks on a colleague the surface projections of the carotid and subclavian arteries. 4) Palpates for enlarged lymph nodes. 5) In discussion deduces the probable effects of occlusion of the common carotid, internal carotid and vertebral arteries. 6) Interprets carotid angiograms. 7) Participates in group discussion of the above. (30 min) General Objective 4 Analyses the basic organization of the autonomic nervous system. 1) Contrasts the basic neuronal arrangements in the somatic and visceral parts of the peripheral nervous system.
2) Identifies and describes the borders, processes and fossae of the scapula. 3) Identifies and describes the curvatures and surfaces of the clavicle. 4) Identifies the head, anatomical and surgical necks and tubercles of the humerus. 5) Illustrates the basic features of a synovial joint as opposed to cartilaginous and fibrous joints. 6) Identifies and describes the surfaces and the capsular, trans verse and coracohumeral ligaments of the shoulder joint. 7) Identifies and describes the surfaces and ligaments of the sterno clavicular and acromio-clavicular joints and the coraco-acromial Ugament.
5) Identifies the components of the circulus arteriosus and identifies the ophthalmic artery. 6) Analyses the distribution of the internal and external carotid arteries and the vertebral artery. 7) Prognosticates the effects of occlusion of the common and internal carotid and vertebral arteries. 8) Deduces surface markings for the carotid and subclavian arteries. 9) Distinguishes the main features of normal carotid angiograms. 10) Identifies the internal jugular and subclavian veins. 11) Describes the formation and general drainage areas of the above veins.