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MEDICAL
STUDENTS


DENTISTRY
STUDENTS
from 2016/2017

Introduction
to anatomy
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


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
Dear Students,

The Department of Anatomy announces the following:
As the end of the crisis situation cannot be predicted at the moment, we cannot determine the exact timing of the exams either. Accourding to our plans, we stick to the original schedule and would not change the course or way of the exam (including practical part). Please follow our website, it is being regularly updated. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

Take care of yourselves, take care of each other!
ONLINE LEARNING - official YouTube channel of the department

Histological slides
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!

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