Zakład Anatomii Prawidłowej











According to the Regulations of Studies, chapter VII, art. 32 § 1,5,6 and art.33 § 1, 2, 4, 7, 8 and Department of Anatomy regulations §18 students should get the subject credit in the winter semester to the end of the retake examination session.

The final test including the whole semester material (considering the material completed on January 30 and 31) will be performed on the 6th of March in room 29 on the first floor of Collegium Anatomicum.


Subject Coordinator

Marek Syrycki Professor MWU



According to the Regulations of Studies, chapter VII, art. 32 § 1,5,6 and art.33 § 1, 2, 4, 7, 8 and Department of Anatomy regulations students should get the subject credit in the winter semester to the end of the retake examination session which means 10th  of March.

Based on that I am setting the following dates for the commission credits.

30th January for students failing only the OSTEOLOGY TEST or only the DISSECTING ROOM TEST (obligatory) – three drawing questions.

31st  January for students failing both TESTS i.e. whole semester material (obligatory) – four drawing questions. (OSTEOLOGY – bones or skull and joints; DR1 – muscles or vessels or nerves and viscera)

6th  March for all students who were present on the 30th and 31st  January terms and have not obtained a credit so far (OBLIGATORY FINAL TERM) - detailed requirements will be announced in early February.

A detailed list of students with arrears (backlogs) and the schedule for passing the 30th and 31st January tests will be published on Wednesday (24th January) evening, after the end of the DR1 test retake.

Subject Coordinator

Marek Syrycki Professor MWU







The DISSECTING ROOM PART 1 RETAKE TEST (oral) for DENTISTRY FACULTY will be performed on Monday 22nd   JANUARY from 10.30-12.15 in Table 5 of the Dissecting Room.

Students take the test in pairs. Students wait for the test in the vestibule of the dissecting room, taking seats near the cabinets with anatomical models. Due to the limited time of the test, the students themselves agree on the order of taking them, avoiding taking unnecessary breaks.

To pass the test, the student must provide a basic answer to the three questions (MUSCLES/ARTERIES, VISCERA, NERVES). Failure to answer any of the questions correctly results in the test being aborted and a failing grade


There is no lecture this week and no classes on Monday/Tuesday.

Marek Syrycki  Professor MWU

Subject Coordinator




OSTEOLOGY  - Examples of structures to be recognized - PINS


The first - organizational-  lecture, will take place at Collegium Anatomicum on Monday 2 October, at 7.45 am, in Room 31 second floor. No on-line but physically present at University

Subject Coordinator

Marek Syrycki  Professor MWU













The lectures on anatomy are held on Mondays 8.00 ÷ 8.45 AM
in the e-learning mode.

 The first lecture will be given on Monday the 3rd  of October

The seminars (five meetings: 24.10; 21.11; 28.11; 5.12; 30.01) are held in the Dissection Room (Prosektorium) on Mondays 9.30-10.15 AM

The class of Anatomy held
in the Dissection Room (Prosektorium) of Collegium Anatomicum according to the plan below:

on Monday
10.15 – 11.45

on Friday:

8.15  -  9.45

The first classes will be given on Monday the 3rd  of October
We informed that Students in the Dissection Room are obliged to wear a white doctor's coat, a mask for the face and nose and protective gloves.

Marek Syrycki MD PhD Professor MWU


(the examinations set consist of 4 question - one from each group)

The group 1
1. The vertebral column - general features.
2. General vertebral characteristics.
3. The ribs and sternum.
4. Skeleton of the free upper limb
5. Skeleton of the shoulder girdle.
6. The bones of hand /generally/
7. Skeleton of the free lower limb.
8. Bones of the foot /generally/
9. Skeleton of the pelvic girdle.
10. Classification of joints.
11. The joints of the vertebral column and thorax.
12. Joints of the shoulder girdle.
13. Joints of free upper limb - shoulder joint.
14. Joints of free upper limb - elbow joint.
15. Joints of free upper limb - wrist joint, joints of the hand.
16. Joints of the free lower limb - the hip joint.
17. Joints of the free lower limb - the knee joint.
18. Joints of the free lower limb - the ankle joint.
19. Joints of the pelvic girdle.
20. Anterior and basal view of the skull.
21. Lateral and posterior views of the skull.
22. Roof of the skull.
23. Base of the skull - anterior cranial fossa.
24. Base of the skull - middle cranial fossa.
25. Base of the skull - posterior cranial fossa.
26. The joints of the skull.
27. Facial muscles - classification and innervation.
28. The muscles of mastication.
29. Superficial and deep muscles of the neck.
30. Triangles of the neck.
31. Muscles of the thoracic wall /superficial and deep/.
32. Muscles of the upper limb - arm.
33. Muscles of the upper limb - forearm
34. The muscles of the gluteal region.
35. Superficial back muscles.
36. The rectus abdominis and its sheath.
37. The obliques and transverse abdominal muscles.
38. The muscles of the lower limb - thigh.
39. The muscles of the lower limb - leg (calf)
40. The diaphragm.
41. The muscles of the posterior abdominal wall.

The group 2
42. The facial artery
43. The maxillary artery
44. The external carotid artery.
45. The subclavian artery.
46. The fetal circulation.
47. Blood supply of the brain (arteries, veins and venous dural sinuses).
48. Arterial circle of Willis
49. The thoracic duct and mediastinal lymph nodes
50. The humeral artery.
51. The axillary artery.
52. The radial artery.
53. The ulnar artery.
54. The palmar arterial arches.
55. The brachiocephalic vein.
56. The internal jugular vein.
57. The external iliac artery.
58. The femoral artery.
59. The saphenous vein.
60. The anterior and posterior tibial arteries.
61. The thoracic aorta.
62. The azygos venous system.
63. Blood supply of the heart.
64. The superior and inferior caval veins.
66. The abdominal aorta and its branches.
67. The portal vein.
68. The internal iliac artery.
69. The position of the heart.
70. The heart (external and internal anatomy).
71. The innervation and conducting system of the heart.
72. The coronary vessels.
73. The cardiac veins.
74. The pericardial sac.

The group 3
75. The inguinal canal.
76. The urogenital diaphragm.
77. The perineal muscles and fascias.
78. The kidneys.
79. The ureters and urinary bladder.
80. The female and male urethra.
81. The male internal genitalia
82. The male external genitalia.
83. The female internal genital organs
84. The female external genital organs.
85. Oral vestibule, proper oral cavity.
86. The pharyngeal lymphoid ring (Waldeyer` lymphoid ring)
87. The teeth.
88. The tongue - (structure, vasculature, sensorial and motorial innervation).
89. The soft palate.
90. Salivary glands
91. Nose, nasal cavity, paranasal sinuses.
92. Pharynx
93. The thyroid and parathyroid glands.
94. The larynx - laryngeal cartilages, ligaments, muscles, cavity.
95. The glottis.
96. The mediastinum - its subdivision and contents.
97. The lungs (external and internal anatomy).
98. The pleural cavity and its recesses.
99. The trachea and principal and lobar bronchi.
100. The esophagus.
101. The peritoneum and the peritoneal cavity.
102. The lesser sac (omental bursa).
103. The stomach and duodenum.
104. The small and large intestine.
105. The pancreas.
106. The spleen.
107. The liver
108. The gallbladder and biliary ducts.

The group 4
109.The olfactory nerve (CN I) and olfactory tract.
110. The cranial nerves: III (oculomotor) and IV (trochlear).
111. Trigeminal nerve /V/ - (structure, the branches, the places of entering on the face).
112. Facial nerve /VII/.
113. Glossopharyngeal nerve /IX/.
114. Vagus nerve (X).
115. Accessory nerve /XI/.
116. Hypoglossal nerve /XII/.
117. Cervical plexus / nerve point of neck/.
118. The brachial plexus /structure, position, branches/.
119. Radial nerve.
120. Ulnar nerve.
121. Median nerve.
122. The cutaneous nerves of the upper limb.
123. The sciatic nerve.
124. The cutaneous nerves of the lower limb.
125. The lumbar plexus.
126. The sacral plexus.
127. The tibial nerve
128. The fibular nerves.
129. The femoral nerve.
130. The pudendal nerve.
131. The visual pathway
132. The eyeball
133. The accessory visual structures
134. The external ear
135. The middle ear
136. The internal ear
137. The cerebral cortex.
138. The division of the cerebral hemispheres on the lobes and gyri.
139. The lateral ventricles of the brain.
140. The cerebral commissures
141. The basal ganglia.
142. The third cerebral ventricle.
143. The diencephalon- internal and external structure
144. The cerebral aqueduct.
145. The mesencephalon: external and internal structure
146. The nuclei of the cranial nerves: V, VI, VII.
147. The cerebellum: external and internal structure.
148. The pons - external and internal structure
149. The medulla oblongata: internal and external structure.
150. The fourth ventricle.
151. The spinal cord: external and internal morphology.
152. The most important functional areas of the cerebral cortex.
153. The limbic system
154. The pyramidal system.
155. The extrapyramidal motor system
156. The reticular formation.
157. The autonomic nervous system - parasympathetic part
158. The autonomic nervous system - sympathetic part
159. The tracts of the CNS.
160. The white matter of the cerebral hemispheres.
161. The internal capsule
162. The ascending and descending spinal tracts
163. The auditory pathway
164. The meninges of the spinal cord.
165. The meninges of the brain.
166. Circulation of the cerebrospinal fluid (CSF).
167. The nuclei of the cranial nerves: VIII, IX, X, XI, XII.