The course was created within the framework of a grant for "Creation of online courses on health and medical sciences" (LOT number 3: Code: 2020-11-MP-0001/3; project "Providing by 2024 at least 20 percent of students in educational programs of higher education the opportunities to master individual courses, disciplines (modules), including in the format of online courses, using the resources of other organizations engaged in educational activities, including universities, ensuring that the quality of training of students is consistent with the world level").

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You start studying the course "General Histology". To the successful completion of the course, you should study the materials on all topics, pass intermediate tests. The maximum number of points per course is 100. You can get 70 rating points for the intermediate test. The final test is 30 points. You have 60 minutes and 2 attempts to complete the task.

Course summary

The course "General Histology" provides students with knowledge on the structure of living matter at the tissue level based on the detailed morphological and functional characteristics of the tissues of the human body.

Requirements

To study this course, you should complete the basic course of normal anatomy, sections "Cytology" and "Embryology" in the course of the discipline "Histology, Cytology, Embryology".

Course contents

Topic 1. Introduction to General Histology.

Topic 2. Epithelial tissues.

Topic 3. Blood.

Topic 4. Hematopoiesis.

Topic 5. Connective tissues.

Topic 6. Cartilage tissues.

Topic 7. Bone tissues.

Topic 8. Muscle tissues.

Topic 9. Nervous tissue.

Competences

31.05.01 General medicine

GPC-7 readiness for the use of basic physico-chemical, mathematical and other natural science concepts and methods in solving professional problems

GPC-9 ability to assess morphofunctional, physiological states and pathological processes in the human body for solving professional problems

31.05.02 Pediatrics

GPC-7 readiness for the use of basic physico-chemical, mathematical and other natural science concepts and methods in solving professional problems

GPC-9 ability to assess morphofunctional, physiological states and pathological processes in the human body for solving professional problems

31.05.03 Dentistry

GPC-7 readiness for the use of basic physico-chemical, mathematical and other natural science concepts and methods in solving professional problems

GPC-9 ability to assess morphofunctional, physiological states and pathological processes in the human body for solving professional problems

31.08.07 Pathological anatomy

PC-5 readiness for the use of pathological diagnostic techniques and interpretation of their results

06.03.01 Biology, profiles: bioecology, biochemistry

GPC-5 the ability to apply knowledge of the principles of cellular organization of biological objects, biophysical and biochemical foundations, membrane processes and molecular mechanisms of life

GPC-6 the ability to apply experimental techniques of present days for working with biological objects in the field and laboratory conditions, skills in working with equipment of present days.

Directions

31.05.01 General medicine

31.05.02 Pediatrics

31.05.03 Dentistry

06.03.01 Biology, profiles: bioecology, biochemistry

31.08.07 Pathological anatomy (clinical residency)

Course length: 6 Course start date: 06.09.2021 Grade units: 1 Education hours: 36

Self enrolment (Student)

Course teachers

Vladimir P. Balashov

Dr. Sci. (Biology), Professor, Head of the Department of Cytology, Histology, Embryology with Courses of Medical Biology and Molecular Biology of the Cell

Vitaly N. Abramov

Ph. D. (Biology), Associate Professor, Department of Cytology, Histology, Embryology with Courses of Medical Biology and Molecular Biology of the Cell

Ekaterina V. Bystrova

Ph. D. (Biology), Associate Professor, Department of Cytology, Histology, Embryology with Courses of Medical Biology and Molecular Biology of the Cell

Svetlana V. Guschina

Dr. Sci. (Biology), Professor, Department of Cytology, Histology, Embryology with Courses of Medical Biology and Molecular Biology of the Cell

Alexei V. Balashov

The author of the translation of the course materials into English. Ph. D. (Medicine), Associate Professor, Department of Cytology, Histology, Embryology with Courses of Medical Biology and Molecular Biology of the Cell

Galina V. Smirnova

Ph. D. (Biology), Associate Professor, Department of Cytology, Histology, Embryology with Courses of Medical Biology and Molecular Biology of the Cell