Anatomy course of the temporomandibular, -facial and –neural region
This two-day course intensifies the anatomy oft he temporomandibular, -cervical, -facial and –neural region and is an “update” in the functional anatomy, which mainly will be demonstrated on anatomical preparations.
- Functional anatomy of the temporomandibular joint and the functional correlation with the masticatory system
- Anatomy of the skullbase and the functional correlation with the neuro- meningeal structures and the cranial nerves
- Construction of the cranial nerves and functional correlations
- The craniocervical spine: Relationship, function and anatomy
Also own questions concerning relationship can be treated and discussed.
Length: 2 Days
Credit points CRAFTA® : 20
Teaching staff: Dr. Jens Weingartner
Anatomist and Universitiy lecturer of the Ernst-Moritz-Arndt-University, Greifswald.
Specialist in macroscopic anatomy in the Orofacial region.
He is responsible for the education in “Human embryology” at the Ernst-Moritz-Arndt-University, Greifswald.
1983-86 Education in veterinary engineering in Rostock
1986-88 Institute for veterinary vaccination, Dessau
1988-94 Studium Veterinärmedizin an der Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
1994-94 Graduation in der veterinary-anatomy
1994-96 Microbiology, Greifswald
1996-98 Muscelbiology, FBN Dummerstorf/Rostock
Since 1999 Anatomy, Greifswald
Education in Human medicine und Dentists in der macroscopic anatomy (Lecture and Preparation-courses)
Responsible for education in “Human embryology”
Head in the discipline “Teratology”
Scientific papers in Induction and Prevention of cheilognathouranoschisis (Cleft lip and palate) in humans