357 growth & development time table

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357 growth & development time table

  1. 1. Kuwait University Faculty of Allied Health Sciences Department of Medical Laboratory Sciences Semester I, 2013 Course 357 GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT Lecture Date (WEDNESDAYS) Title Lecturer 1 11-Sep-2013 Introduction, definition of growth, development, growth of tissues, gametogenesis, fertilization, cleavage and implantation. Prof. T. C. Mathew 2 18-Sep-2013 Formation of the embryonic plate, germ layers and their derivatives. Establishment of the body axis, fetal membranes and placenta Prof. T. C. Mathew 3 25-Sep-2013 Prenatal growth, embryonic and fetal periods, twinning. Dr. A. Asbeutah 4 02-Oct-2013 Formation of pharyngeal arches, their derivatives. Molecular regulation of facial development, and birth defects involving the pharyngeal region. Dr. A. Asbeutah 5 09-Oct-2013 Development of the skeletal system, skull, vertebral column, Development of appendicular skeleton and anomalies. Dr. A. Asbeutah 6 23-Oct-2013 Development of the muscular system, segmental differentiation, somites, dermatomes, myotomes, distribution of the muscular primordia. Dr. A. Asbeutah 7 30-Oct-2013 Development of muscles of trunk and limbs. Body wall formation. Dr. A. Asbeutah 06-Nov-2013 MID-SEMESTER EXAMINATION 8 13-Nov-2013 Development of the nervous system, neural tube formation, spinal cord, brainstem, myelinization, PNS and neural crest Prof. T. C. Mathew 9 20-Nov-2013 Development of cerebral hemispheres, diencephalons and rhombencephalon, Prof. T. C. Mathew 10 27-Nov-2013 Development of ventricular system, meninges, growth and rearrangement of the CNS. Congenital anomalies Prof. T. C. Mathew 11 04-Dec-2013 Congenital malformations, teratogenicity, main teratogens, aging and senescence, age changes in the musculoskeletal, cardiovascular and nervous systems, theories of aging. Prof. T. C. Mathew Final examination (TBA) LT 1-96 (02:00 pm – 04:00 pm) Course Coordinator: Prof. T.Chacko Mathew Course Staff: Prof. Chacko Mathew, Dr. AkramAsbeutah

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