At the start of this course the student should have acquired the following competences:
specific prerequisites for this course
In anatomy 1 and 2 basic knowledge of the head, chest, limbs including the periphery nervous system and arteries are taught. Hence you are acquainted with the most important anatomical structures in these body parts. You have studied the locomotor system. You have basic knowledge of the skeleton, the most important joints and the muscles of the upper as well as the lower limbs. You have learned to solve a number of clinical anatomical problems and are familiar with the basic principles of semiology.
Prerequisites encompass knowledge of anatomy, histology, physiology and semiology of the central nervous system. Furthermore you have mastered the neurologic investigation of the healthy person. You are able to report on a clinical case and apply the knowledge gained in ‘nervous system and senses 1’ on neurological symptoms