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Class of 2023
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Session Title:
Thorax 1 (Lab): Thorax Wall, Pleura, Lungs
Teaching Hours:
Teaching and Learning MethodsTotal Scheduled Hours = 2
Laboratory = 2
Description:
Thorax 1 Lab - Anatomy
Keywords:
Teaching and Learning Methods
Laboratory 2 hour(s)

Learning Objectives
Blueprint ID Learning Objectives
6495 identify the components, contents, blood supply and venous drainage of the thoracic cage and thoracic wall
6497 identify the movements of the rib cage and diaphragm in breathing
6498 identify or outline the subdivisions and location of structures in the mediastinum
6499 identify or outline the surface anatomy of the lungs and pleura
6501 outline the autonomic innervation of the lungs and pleura
6502 identify the location, features, blood supply and venous drainage of the pleura, lungs, trachea and bronchi
6503 identify, describe or give examples of the venous drainage of the thoracic wall and viscera
6521 identify the blood supply and venous drainage of the limbs
6577 identify the bones: ribs, clavicle, sternum, thoracic vertebrae, by examination of radiological images and specimens.
6594 identify lungs: pleura, trachea, bronchi and lobes, by examination of radiological images and specimens
6617 identify the structures visible or palpable on a patient’s thorax (e.g., sternal angle, jugular notch) and the accessory muscles of respiration (e.g. serratus anterior, pectoralis major)
6623 identify, as visible or palpable on a patient or specimen, the jugular notch
6640 identify, as visible or palpable on a patient or specimen, the accessory muscles responsible for movements of the thoracic wall (e.g. serratus anterior, pectoralis major)
7165 identify and describe the pleural cavity

Linked Course Goal(s) to Session
Blueprint ID Course Goals
7023 Integrate basic and clinical sciences as they relate to common clinical encounters and patient symptoms
Linked Program Competencies
To This Course Goal:
me-6
7030 Demonstrate respect when dealing with others and with human tissue
Linked Program Competencies
To This Course Goal:
pr-1
Linked Program Competencies To Course Goal(s)
me-6 Medical Expert
Apply knowledge of the clinical, socio-behavioural, and fundamental biomedical sciences relevant to a clinical problem.
pr-1 Professional
Demonstrate accountability to patients by applying best practices and adhering to high ethical standards.

Linked MCC Medical Expert Objectives
CHEST INJURIES
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CARDIAC ARREST
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BLOOD IN SPUTUM (HEMOPTYSIS)
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CHEST PAIN
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BLEEDING, BRUISING
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COUGH
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CYANOSIS AND HYPOXIA
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DYSPHAGIA
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DYSPNEA
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GENERALIZED EDEMA
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ABNORMAL HEART SOUNDS AND MURMURS
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CEREBROVASCULAR ACCIDENT AND TRANSIENT ISCHEMIC ATTACK (STROKE)
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ACID-BASE ABNORMALITIES
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PREVENTION OF VEMOUS THROMBOSIS
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HYPERTENSION IN CHILDHOOD
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HYPERTENSION
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HYPOTENSION, SHOCK
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ABNORMAL LIPIDS
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LYMPHADENOPATHY
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MEDIASTINAL MASS
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NEONATAL DISTRESS
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PALPITATIONS
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PEDIATRIC RESPIRATORY DISTRESS
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PLEURAL EFFUSION
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HYPERTENSIVE DISORDERS OF PREGNANCY
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SORE THROAT AND/OR RHINORRHEA
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TRAUMA
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LOCALIZED EDEMA
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