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Introduction
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B2A

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ELECTIVES

Dissecting
Virtual anatomy
Histology
Biological
 rhythms

Demonstration
Borderline
 anatomy

Embryology
 for students
  of dentistry 1.

Embryology
 for students
  of dentistry 2.


DENTISTRY
STUDENTS
  started before
  2015


Actualities


!!! The Department of Anatomy organizes only online exams in the whole August exam period, similarly to the exams in May-June.

Based on the decision of the faculty the current exam period will be extended with one more week (starting on 24th of August). The Department of Anatomy will announce exam dates of each subject but we can not guarantee that all students could register!
For further information about exam registration (it will be via Neptun), please contact the Registrar's office and not the course directors!

Information on the exams

ANATOMY Students will receive a long letter with detailed information about the exam period, in which you will also receive technical advice on the exams. Although it is lengthy, we strongly recommend you to study it thoroughly and embrace its contents!

The exams in the Anatomy Department will be conducted orally, partly using MS Teams, partly using the Zoom application.

It is important to INSTALL BOTH APPLICATIONS ON YOUR COMPUTER! Do NOT use the programs online without installing it, as in our experience this eliminates the problem of unwanted "dropping" from application during the meeting.

Further detailed technical information will be sent by the Registrar’s Office.

Dr. Balázs Gaszner

HISTOLOGY Please read the information leaflet sent by RO carefully and complete and upload the statement attached to the leaflet as provided.

The “histology” exams (SF1 / SF2, ZT1 / ZT1) are conducted according to the previous information, using zoomable sections uploaded to the Internet. In addition, the examiner asks with the help of the image material of our material available on the Internet (histology pages, histology and embryology lectures, or very similar images).

I have one more request: place the computer so that there is no light (window or lamp) behind you so that we can see your face!

Dr. Judit Horváth

After your exams please fill out the exam feedbacks according to the codes given below. Thank you!

Anatomy 1: PTE1329

Histology and embryology 1: PTE1330

Neuroanatomy: PTE1332

https://potecho.pte.hu/home

In case of urgent study issues or technical problems occurring during the online exams, please call the emergency phone number of the department!

Kitti Németh (assistant): +36 30 9109268

or if she is not avaliable, please try to contact her via e-mail
She is available on workdays from 7.30. am to 6 pm.


Anatomy-1 and its exam course
Anatomy-2 exam course
Neuroanatomy and its exam course
OAA-SF1 and its exam course
OAA-SF2 exam course
OSA-ZT1 and its exam course
OSA-ZT2 exam course

Dear Students,

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak we are committed to providing you the best tools available so you can continue your studies from home. Therefore, PTE has subscribed to 4D Interactive Anatomy, where you can study true anatomy on actual cadavers - as if you were in the dissection lab.

You can log in at the https://www.4danatomy.com/login webpage with your Neptun code in all capital letters (username), and the pte4dia password. Please change your password under the profile settings after logging in. You can learn how to use the platform from the attached 4 page user guide.

In case you already had a registered previously, please use your new, Neptun code-based new account from now on.

In case of technical issues or questions, please write an email to info@4danatomy.com.

User guide
ONLINE LEARNING - official YouTube channel of the department

Histological slides

Exam assignments

Dear Examinees!

The Department of Anatomy has opened more than 3500 exam places. We truly hope that you will use just about the half of them, having few B or C exams.

Based on the experinece of the last years, we know that the places opened are rarely fully occupied, so these numbers are "slightly overbooked" on certain days to fit your needs better. There is a slight chance that the number of registered students exceeds our capacity for the morning exams, and we will have to examine also in the afternoon.

Since you may sign up for the exam until 9 a.m. on the day before the exam, we are unable to tell this in advance, it will turn out only on the last day whether we will have to examine in the afternoon or not. On the information page of our web-site (that is where you see this information now) we will post a note, that on the next day

A: everybody will be examined in the morning

B: we will examine some students in the afternoon (list of students)

Please visit our web-site in the afternoon-evening on the day before your exam, to be sure that you do not get up too early on the next day!

The examiners of the Department of Anatomy wish you a successful exam period!



Information about the exam course:

According to the opinion of the Department of Anatomy the active participation in the lectures and labs is essential. Continuous studying is necessary for having a successful exam. The Department of Anatomy opened the possibility for the exam course - in spite of many other departments - to help those, who in spite of all their efforts could not pass the exam. We wanted to help them to continue their studies with the possibly smallest delay.

Unfortunately, in the last years some students seem to have misused this opportunity, the registration for the exam course is on the rise, and the results are very poor. It is pending whether we will continue our practice with the exam courses, or not.

If we do continue, the number of the places will be limited as follows:

  • In the semester after the regular course, the number of places available will be 20% of the students in the regular course. For example, if in the spring semester 200 students registered for a regular course, there will be 40 exam course places in the fall.

  • In the case the regular course runs simultaneously, then the available exam course places will be 5% of the number of students in the previous year. For example, if in the spring semester 200 students registered for a regular course, one year later in the spring semester there will be 10 exam course places of that subject.

    These numbers definitely will not be increased, rather reduced in the future. Please do not count on the exam course, it is not sure that it will be opened, and even if there is an exam course, the places will be limited!

    General information