At the end of the course the student must demonstrate:
To know and know how to use anatomical language as a working tool.
To possess adequate knowledge of the morphological organization of the human body, knowing to describe the macro and microscopic constitution of the apparatus that compose it, with reference to the topography and the reciprocal relations of the various organs, with anatomical-functional, anatomic-clinical and anatomical- radiology.
To have adequate knowledge of the mechanisms through which this morphological organization is realized during development.
To know the differences in human anatomy in relation to sex/gender and the different ages of life (organogenesis).
To have acquired skills of recognition and macroscopic and microscopic description, also through images, of the different elements of the body.