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For both nerves and blood vessels understanding of distribution should be adequate for the prognostica tion of such functional deficits as may follow interruption. Despite the most careful use of words in the formulation of specific behavioural objectives it is inevitable that ambiguities will be encoun tered. Misunderstandings will usually be avoided in the context of the general objective and may be clarified by reference to other specific objectives or the relevant learning activities. If more than one meaning seems possible, it is clearly wise to err on the side of the greater rather than the lesser interpretation, or to ensure that both are covered.
3) Palpates the pulses in the subclavian, brachial and radial arteries. 4) Evaluates the use of compression and 'pad and pressure' methods to obliterate the radial pulse. 5) Illustrates the principles of collateral arterial circulation and periarticular arterial anastomoses. 6) Identifies the cephalic, basilic and median cubital veins in the living subject. 7) Applies knowledge of relationships of the median cubital vein to injection hazards. 8) Demonstrates venous valves in superficial veins. 9) Explains the arrangements of venae comitantes.
2) Studies prosected specimens. Predicts the actions of each muscle on the basis of inspection. Palpates the temporalis and masseter muscles in action. 3) Deduces the muscles involved in each movement of the tem poromandibular joint. 4) Participates in group discussion of the above. (30 min) Media Prosected specimens of head and neck, articulated skulls. General Objective 3 Comprehends the main features of the mouth cavity, tongue, palate, salivary glands, teeth and gums. 1) Demonstrates the surface features of the oral cavity, vestibule, palate, tonsils and tongue.
A New Approach to Teaching and Learning Anatomy. Objectives and Learning Activities by Michael J. Blunt