Study Programmes 2015-2016
CAVS0531-2  
Multidisciplinary approach to the musculoskeletal system (pathology - physiotherapy) applied to physiotherapy - Theory and practice
  • Part 1: Anatomy
  • Part 2: Neuroanatomy
  • Part 3: Histology
  • Part 4: Physiology
  • Part 5: General pathology
  • Part 6: special pathology
  • Part 7: physiotherapy
Duration :
Part 1: Anatomy : 2h Th
Part 2: Neuroanatomy : 4h Th
Part 3: Histology : 3h Th, 3h QA Sess.
Part 4: Physiology : 8h Th, 4h Pr
Part 5: General pathology : 3h Th
Part 6: special pathology : 8h Th
Part 7: physiotherapy : 2h Th, 3h Pr
Number of credits :
Bachelor in physiotherapy and rehabilitation5
Lecturer :
Part 1: Anatomy : Marc Radermecker
Part 2: Neuroanatomy : Félix Scholtes
Part 3: Histology : Chantal Humblet
Part 4: Physiology : Thierry Bury
Part 5: General pathology : Yves Henrotin
Part 6: special pathology : Luc Pierard
Part 7: physiotherapy : Jean-Louis Croisier, Didier Maquet
Coordinator :
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Language(s) of instruction :
French language
Units courses prerequisite and corequisite :
Prerequisite or corequisite units are presented within each program
Course contents :
Part 1: Anatomy
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Part 2: Neuroanatomy
Neuro-anatomy:
The course is intended to convey information on the anatomical and functional organisation of the vegetative nervous system.
Part 3: Histology
Histology of blood and lymphatic circulatory systems and heart
Part 4: Physiology
  • General organization of the cardiovascular system.
  • Functional study of the heart: electrical aspects.
  • Functional study of the heart: the mechanical aspects.
  • Study of the vascular system.
  • Cardiovascular responses to physiological or pathological situations.
Part 5: General pathology
The courses in general pathology within this module concern heart infarcts and circulation disorders. We will describe the general physiopathological mechanisms that account for the development of infarcts, namely arteriosclerosis, cleft in the atheromatous plaque, formation of thrombus, vascular occlusion, ischemia, and tissular necrosis. Next, we will turn to a particular case of infarct: namely myocardial infarction. We will consider circumstances in which it can occur as well as its physiopathological features. The course on circulation disorders will focus on edema, embolism and thromboses.
Part 6: special pathology
Introduction to cardiopathies (heart troubles) that include heart revalidation in therapeutic care: stable angor, unstable angor, acute infarcts of the heart muscle, valvulopathies, hypertension, heart deficiency.
Part 7: physiotherapy
The course in physiotherapy introduces principles of reeducation related to heart problems.
Learning outcomes of the course :
Part 1: Anatomy
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Part 2: Neuroanatomy
Neuro-anatomy:
Knowing about the anatomical and functional organisation of the vegetative nervous system makes it easier for students to understand how cardiovascular functions regulate themselves and why they may go wrong in pathological conditions.
Part 4: Physiology
Knowledge of the elements listed in the overview
Part 5: General pathology
Describe the physio-pathological mechanisms involved in the appearance and development of prevailing pathologies. Notions taught in this course are necessary to understand the course in special pathology.
Part 6: special pathology
Bring students to understand major tenets in pathogenesis, clinical presentation, stages in the treatment of considered diseases.
Part 7: physiotherapy
Theoretical and practical introduction to reeducation treatments adapted to various heart pathologies by integrating them into a multidisciplinary approach.
Prerequisite knowledge and skills :
Part 1: Anatomy
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Part 2: Neuroanatomy
Neuro-anatomy:
Elementary information on the Anatomy of the nervous system as taught in secondary schools and in the introductory course to human anatomy.
Part 3: Histology
Prerequisites: general histology
co-requisites: : the other lectures of the module
Part 4: Physiology
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Part 5: General pathology
Biochemistry, physiology, histology.
Part 6: special pathology
Notions of anatomy, understanding physiology and major physiopathological mechanisms.
Part 7: physiotherapy
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Planned learning activities and teaching methods :
Part 1: Anatomy
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Part 2: Neuroanatomy
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Part 3: Histology
Theory: ex-cathedra
Seminars
Part 4: Physiology
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Part 5: General pathology
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Part 7: physiotherapy
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Mode of delivery (face-to-face ; distance-learning) :
Part 1: Anatomy
See timetable board (semester 1 Bac 3).
Part 2: Neuroanatomy
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Part 3: Histology
Face-to-face delivery
Part 4: Physiology
See timetable board.
Part 5: General pathology
Histology:
Organisation: two lectures of 90 minutes and one workshop of two hours.
Elements of special pathology : Organisation: five theoretical lectures of two hours.
Part 6: special pathology
Organisation: five theoretical lectures of two hours.
Part 7: physiotherapy
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Recommended or required readings :
Part 1: Anatomy
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Part 2: Neuroanatomy
Neuro-anatomy:
Course notes: Organisation anatomo-fonctionnelle du système nerveux : du symptôme neurologique à la localisation de la lésion. J. SCHOENEN (syllabus).
Part 3: Histology
Lecture notes and slides on My ULg or e-campus
Part 4: Physiology
Slideshows and lecture notes available.
Part 5: General pathology
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Part 6: special pathology
Syllabus ; CD-ROM with all the slides that are shown to students.
Part 7: physiotherapy
The slide shows for the various courses is available to students. Notes are currently being prepared.
Assessment methods and criteria :
Part 1: Anatomy
Evaluation: Written examination for the cardio-vasculary module.
Part 2: Neuroanatomy
Evaluation: Written examination for the cardio-vasculary module.
Part 4: Physiology
Evaluation: Written examination for the cardio-vasculary module.
Part 5: General pathology
Evaluation: Written examination for the cardio-vasculary module.
Part 6: special pathology
Written examination for the cardio-vasculary module.
Part 7: physiotherapy
Evaluation: Written examination for the cardio-vasculary module.
Work placement(s) :
Organizational remarks :
Contacts :
Part 1: Anatomy
Ph. GILLET Bât. B35 Chirurgie de l'appareil locomoteur - Tél. : 04/366.72.22 - Email : Philippe.Gillet@ulg.ac.be
Part 2: Neuroanatomy
Jean SCHOENEN, Professeur ordinaire
CNCM - NeuroAnatomie
CHU Sart-Tilman
Bât. B36 (T4 +1)
avenue de l'Hôpital 1
4000 LIEGE
Tél. 04/366.51.90 Fax. 04/366.59.53 jschoenen@ulg.ac.be
Secrétariat : Mademoiselle Jessica THYS
Tél. 04/366.51.91 Fax. 04/366.59.53 Jessica.Thys@ulg.ac.be
Part 3: Histology
Chantal Humblet
Laboratory of Histology Cytology B23, niveau 3, local 3/3
Tél: 04/366.24.03 E-mail: Chantal.humblet@ulg.ac.be(mp.defresne@ulg.ac.be )
 (mp.defresne@ulg.ac.be)
Part 4: Physiology
Prof. Thierry BURY Bât. B21 Physiologie humaine et physiologie de l'effort physique Tel.: 04/366.78.81 Email : tbury@ulg.ac.be
Dorian DEFLANDRE, assistant 04/366.38.86 - ddeflandre@ulg.ac.be
Secrétariat : Catherine MORSA (04/366.38.91 - catherine.morsa@ulg.ac.be(joelle.gris@ulg.ac.be))
Part 5: General pathology
Y. HENROTIN Bât. B23 Unité de recherche sur l'os et le cartillage (U.R.O.C.) Tél. : 04/366.25.16 Email: yhenrotin@ulg.ac.be.
Part 6: special pathology
Prof. L. PIERARD, CHU - Cardiologie ; tél. 04/366.71.94 ; fax 04/366.71.95 ; lpierard@chu.ulg.ac.be
Secrétariat : M. LEROI, CHU - Cardiologie ; tél. 04/366.71.94 ; fax 04/366.71.95 ; monique.leroi@chu.ulg.ac.be.
Part 7: physiotherapy
Prof. Jean-Louis CROISIER (jlcroisier@ulg.ac.be (jlcroisier@ulg.ac.be%20; téléphone : 04/366.39.32), Docteur Didier MAQUET 04/366.39.27 (assistant) )
Secrétariat : A. DEPAIFVE 04/366.38.90 adepaifve@ulg.ac.be (04/366.38.90adepaifve@ulg.ac.be; Annette HANSSEN 04/366.38.97 )ahanssen@ulg.ac.be(danielle.bonten@ulg.ac.be)(danielle.bonten@ulg.ac.be)
Items online :
Part 3: Histology
support - Histology
slides and syllabus