Anatomy of the Special Senses (Nursing)
Anatomy of the Special Senses (Nursing)

Anatomy of the Special Senses (Nursing)

by Darren Salmi, MD, MS

The anatomy of the special senses is a crucial area of study for nursing students, as it provides them with a detailed understanding of the structure and function of the sensory organs, including the eyes, ears, nose, and tongue.

By studying the anatomy of the special senses, nursing students can develop a comprehensive understanding of the various sensory processes involved in the human body, such as sight, hearing, taste, and smell. This knowledge is critical for nurses who work with patients who have sensory disorders, such as hearing loss, vision impairment, and taste disorders.

Course Details

  • Videos 7
  • Duration 0:35 h
  • Quiz questions 18
  • Concept Pages 0


Your Educators of course Anatomy of the Special Senses (Nursing)

 Darren Salmi, MD, MS

Darren Salmi, MD, MS

Dr. Salmi is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Pathology and Surgery at Stanford University.

He obtained his M.S. in Biological Sciences from Stanford University in 2005 and his M.D. from U.C. Davis in 2010. Dr. Salmi completed his Residency in Anatomic Pathology at Stanford University. He is specifically interested in autopsy and cardiovascular pathology. Due to his outstanding lecture style, he has received numerous awards for excellence in preclinical teaching.

Within Lecturio, Dr. Salmi teaches Anatomy for medical and nursing students.

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Clear Concise Presentation and Explanation
By Mary W. on 23. June 2023 for Vision: Eyeball Anatomy (Nursing)

Clear concise explanation of the specific details a nurse needs to know about the eye.